Even if Silent Hill is no longer going to work, Hideo Kojima is still interested in developing a “revolutionary” horror game. If he gets the opportunity, however, there will be nothing in the direction of P.T.
Kojima reveals this in a BAFTA interview, according to which P.T. was an experiment for him, a one-off thing that either way would never have been fully implemented.
“P.T. was a mysterious game developed by a mysterious studio without notice or information. Forbidden techniques were used to increase anxiety, ”said Kojima. “It was a one-time thing, so we cannot use this method again. P.T. ended up being an experiment, but I’d like to do another horror game one day. Something that uses a revolutionary way to create horror that doesn’t just make you pee on your pants. I already have ideas. I’m a little scared myself, so I’m confident that I can do something more terrible than others might. ”
Without a prominent cast
For future projects, Kojima would also like to rely on a less prominent cast, since this is quite a burden and it is becoming increasingly apparent that the boundaries between games and films are becoming increasingly blurred.
“I’ve heard stories from different people – from active film people, producers, directors, screenwriters, actors, artists, composers – who all say that their respect for games is very high. Those in the film industry in their forties or younger in particular grew up in the age of video games. They noticed: “[Wir] were brought up with games. We learned storytelling, art and music from them. I’m working in the film now, but my respect for games is special. ”
You can find the complete Bafta interview with Hideo Kojima under this link.