In an interview with PlayStation Magazine, Hideo Kojima shed some more light on Project Orge, Metal Solid: Rising and Metal Gear Solid 5.
In the interview Kojima said while he can't really say all that much about the ever mysterious Project Orge at this time, he did say it would be a more subdued experience than what people have come to expect from his studio.
"It’s a little bit different to what I’ve done up until now. On the surface it will look similar, but once you get into it, it will be a different experience – and I’m hoping people look forward to that."
However, he also says that we shouldn't expect to learn more about Project Orge for quite some time, as he hopes to produce a few other games before revealing more details about it.
When it comes to Metal Gear Solid: Rising, he said that Solid Snake fans might feel a bit disappointed by the game, if they aren't open to new gameplay ideas.
Speaking of Solid Snake, Kojima also admitted that he wanted to kill him off in Guns of the Patriots but due to some added pressure from the rest of the game's creative team, he decided to change his mind.
So, we didn't exactly learn much about the games themselves but we did learn some neat things about Kojima's creative process.
Hey wait a second. Did he honestly think that someone would mistake Metal Gear Solid: Rising for a stealth game?
I'm sure this won't attract any unwanted attention.