‘Metal Gear,’ ‘Death Stranding’ & ‘No Man’s Sky’ Managed By Hideo Kojima; Ubisoft Wins?

By Danae Parker , Updated Nov 30, 2016 11:39 AM EST
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The gaming arena is presently filled with wonder as to the fate of these epic game segments. Rumors have surfaced that Hideo Kojima will make some drastic changes to "Metal Gear," "Death Stranding" and "No Man's Sky," as he takes over the reigns of development.

Despite the rumors abounding, many speculations are still on the rise for Hideo Kojima. Given the success that he has attained and his unique expertise, it is understandable why gaming companies would want him on board.

As for the rumors that Hideo Kojima would update and improve "Metal Gear," "Death Stranding" and "No Man's Sky," that remains to be seen since there are no claims supporting the notions.

It stands out that this is not the first time that Hideo Kojima's name was tagged in a rumor or a mere hearsay.  To prove the latter, a former report from GamenGuide shared that reports pertaining to Hideo Kojima might come as a surprise since there are some insinuations that the "Death Stranding" creator is swerving away from his main roots and will make a gaming platform for "Descendants of the Sun."

Given the prestigious name of Hideo Kojima as the maker and creator of "Metal Gear," the rumored gaming platform of "Descendants of the Sun" will surely spark some issues with anyone on board, as mentioned by the same post.

For the gaming enthusiasts, "Metal Gear," "Death Stranding" and "No Man's Sky," are the games garnering much demand and improvement. As for the rumors, everything should be taken with a grain of salt in mind.

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