Hideo Kojima and Norman Reedus clearly managed to strike up a friendship thanks to Death Stranding and everything which came with it, but the two creators might not be done there when it comes to working together. The star of The Walking Dead has stated in a new interview that the pair are "in talks" with one another on the possibility of collaborating once more on a project in the future.
Talking to WIRED in the popular format of answering the web's most searched questions, Norman Reedus says: "So we did Death Stranding which was a huge hit and we're in talks to do other stuff." It is important to remember, however, that what the two could be discussing might not actually be a video game.
Hideo Kojima has gone on record stating that he would like to explore making films with Kojima Productions in the future. And while Reedus is best known for his role in AMC's post-apocalyptic zombie survival story as Daryl Dixon, we imagine the jump from TV to cinema wouldn't present too many troubles for the star. We'll probably have to wait a couple of years before we find out whether these talks come to fruition or not, but it's exciting nonetheless to prophesise what the two could be working on. A sequel to Death Stranding? Maybe, or potentially something different.