Kojima Teases New Game With Cryptic Poster, Fans Suspect Jordan Peele And Elle Fanning Involved

Kojima Productions has just shared a cryptic new tease on its website, leading fans on Twitter to go into sleuth mode trying to figure out who the mystery women in the image could be. Currently, the top candidate is actor Elle Fanning, with some sort of involvement from Get Out and Nope director Jordan Peele.

As we all know, Hideo Kojima can't sneeze without rabid fans divining the snot in his tissue to try and figure out what's coming next from his team. The image shared on the Kojima Productions website shows a silhouette of a woman with strands of hair backlit and falling by her face. 'Who am I?' is written down the image in the Nope film font and a raised bridge logo sits at the bottom.

Fans are speculating thee woman in the poster is Elle Fanning. This makes sense due to Kojima's love for and collaborations with director Nicolas Winding Refn, who frequently casts Fanning in his films.

Kojima also recently shared a picture of himself, Geoff Keighley, and Jordan Peele on a video call together, suggesting the trio have something planned for TGS this week.

There's also a good chance the actor in the picture is Margaret Qualley who played Death Stranding character Mama. There was a rumour back in June courtesy of industry insider Tom Henderson that Kojima was working on a horror game called Overdose that would star the actor.

The bridge based logo also suggests this is a new Death Stranding game. Sam Bridges himself, Norman Reedus accidentally let slip that they were working on the sequel, and Fanning has starred in a film titled I am Sam, which has led some to believe that's the answer to the poster's question.

None of this speculation is unfounded, as we do know that Kojima is planning to reveal a brand-new VR game at the Tokyo Game Show. It could be the new game he's working on with Xbox. However, we won't know anything for certain until it's confirmed, either at the show or at a later date.

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