In the wake of his departure from Konami in 2015, Hideo Kojima’s new studio Kojima Productions has since thrived with its upcoming project Death Stranding, with the legendary developer giving some inside looks at the studio’s brand new home in Tokyo, Japan.
Kojima Productions unveiled a series of new photos highlighting the company’s new office located in the Shinagawa area of Tokyo, Japan. Following the company previously working in a temporary office during its establishment, the new studio as revealed by Kojima is intended as the company’s permanent home, and the series of photos released definitely show that Kojima sense of style and design.
A video from IGN also gave a deeper look into the new home of Kojima Productions, with Kojima also revealing that the new workspace was inspired by the design of developer Media Molecule’s headquarters in the UK, which he said “felt less like a studio and more like a club…It was like a home.”
For a closer look at the new home of Kojima Productions, you can check out the full gallery of images from the company below, along with a behind-the-scenes video from IGN. Kojima also provided some images via Twitter of actor Mads Mikkelsen visiting the studio, who is set to appear as a character in Death Stranding. With the studio hard at work on the upcoming Death Stranding, it’s definitely cool to at least get a sneak peak of where the highly-anticipated game is being made – and heck, I’d like to work there if that’s the case.
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