Hideo Kojima would start from scratch if he made 'Death Stranding 2'.
The gaming director has revealed that he would be up for working with Norman Reedus again but admitted to Vulture that, if he were to make a sequel to the popular game, he "would start from zero".
Meanwhile, Kojima recently teased a new horror game he's working on.
The 'Metal Gear Solid' creator was working on Konami's 'Silent Hills', which was to be directed by Kojima and Guillermo del Toro, with Reedus in the starring role, but it was axed by the publisher following the release of a playable teaser titled 'P.T.'.
He then left Konami and folded Kojima Productions, before relaunching the company independently.
He then released 'Death Stranding' with del Toro and Reedus.
And he recently logged onto Twitter to tease his next project and the preparation he's taking.
In a translated tweet, he wrote: "As to make the scariest horror game, I'll watch the scary movies in order to awaken my horror soul."
Reedus previously admitted he was glad 'Silent Hills' - which was first announced way back in 2014 - never happened because 'Death Stranding' is much better.
He explained: "'Silent Hills' had the backstory and people knew that game, knew what it was about and what it would look like.
"When that went away, I was bummed, but when Hideo described what we were doing next, I completely forgot about it. I was like, thank god that didn't work, because this is way better. This is a completely different thing."
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