Hideo Kojima is working on a new concept, and has changed the mouse pad
Last week, Hideo Kojima has posted a picture on Twitter claiming to be working on a new (and very mysterious) concept for a project not yet announced. In the first published picture, it was evident a mouse pad with the logo of Sony Santa Monica.
Today, however, the mousepad is changed, the Japanese producer has released a new screenshot in which we can clearly see a new pad with the face of Hermen Hulst of Guerrilla Games. The thing has not gone unnoticed and has aroused considerable curiosity among his followers.
This is only one case or if the two images are in reality giving us a precise meaning? Kojima could have stocked up on mousepad during his tour with Mark Cerny in the studios of Sony, or perhaps the game designer is working with the two mentioned teams?
Working on the concept. pic.twitter.com/hYijcZh0B1
— HIDEO_KOJIMA (@HIDEO_KOJIMA_EN) 8 November 2016
Planning further… pic.twitter.com/5svDKCr5DU
— HIDEO_KOJIMA (@HIDEO_KOJIMA_EN) 15 November 2016
— Andre (@AguilarX) 15 November 2016
Recently, the productions companies of Rooster Teeth, Hanabee Entertainment and Supanova Pop Culture Industries have announced that the game designer Hideo Kojima will be the guest in RTX Sydney in 2017. It is a two day event to be held on 4 and 5 February 2017, an annual event that celebrates the world of gaming and internet culture: the host this year was moved from the Australian Technology Park to the new International Convention Centre of Darling Harbour and already promises more than 20 thousand visitors.