Kojima and Microsoft would have signed a letter of intent to find a partnership agreement
According to the latest rumors, Hideo Kojima and Microsoft have signed a letter of intent, a fundamental step to find a partnership agreement.
According to the latest rumors reported by Venturebeat, the bargaining between Hideo Kojima And Microsoft they would come to a good point, so much so that the two sides would sign one Letter of Intent. This is a fundamental step that serves to lay common foundations on which to find a partnership agreement.
For days there has been a lot of talk about a possible agreement between Hideo Kojima, the brilliant game designer who created Metal Gear Solid and Death Stranding, and Microsoft for a future game for the Xbox platform. According to GamesBeat these rumors are materializing in these hours: the two parties, in fact, have taken the first formal step, that is, they have signed a generic letter of intent that will then be used by the lawyers to be able to stipulate all the quibbles of the case.
This is the first “tangible” gesture after months of discussions to understand what Microsoft has to prepare in order to put Kojima in a position to create a new game.
The purpose of the agreement, in fact, is to unlock Kojima’s creativity through an extensive use of Microsoft technologies. However, it would be an agreement designed to give Kojima the tools to create in freedom, not to limit his genius, preventing him, for example, from collaborate with Sony. So much so that in these hours it is said that Kojima is preparing a new trailer for the Death Stranding Director’s Cut for PS5.