Hideo Kojima Announces…He Will Announce An Xbox Game In The Future by techlowdown · 12 June 2022 “There is a game I have always wanted to make,” Kojima said via translated captions. “It’s a completely new game that no one has ever seen or experienced before. I’ve waited very long for the day when I could finally start to create it. With Microsoft’s cutting-edge cloud technology and the change in the industry’s trend, it has now become possible to challenge myself to make this never-before-seen concept. Advertisement “It may take some time, but I’m looking forward to teaming up with Xbox Game Studios and hope to bring you some exciting news in the future!” And…that’s it! No information about what kind of game it will be, what platforms, a name or even a codename… nothing! Advertisement It’s almost impressive how little Kojima needed to share to be able to make an appearance during today’s show. Looking online, it worked. Already folks are speculating about why Kojima had to wait so long and what he might be using cloud technology for in his new game. And of course, online console fanboys, stuck in a never-ending console war, are already using the appearance to fuel the next round of forum wars and Twitter spats as they prove just how much they love their plastic consoles and brands. Advertisement Microsoft also made a big deal about how all of the games shown today during the event would be released within the next 12 months. It seems unlikely, though, that whatever project Kojima and his team are working on now will be down before June 12, 2023. Xbox likely doesn’t count this project as no game was actually shown, but that sort of feels like cheating. Kotaku has contacted Xbox about Kojima’s game and if it will be out in the next 12 months. Advertisement One day, I also hope to be so famous and well-liked that I can just show up to Kotaku and promise a big blog or review with a few quick words and a smile. But that day has yet to arrive, hence why you just read 464 words. This article was originally published by Kotaku.com. Read the original article here.