Hideo Kojima worked on episodic horror for Stadia — it was cancelled

Details of Google Stadias inner kitchen continue to appear on the network after the recent closure of the corporations own studios. Following Bloomberg and Wired materials, which reported about the problems of the platform creators and huge costs at launch, VGC shared news and told about a number of canceled projects for cloud service. As it turned out, Hideo Kojima began the development of episodic horror, which could fully use the features of the platform, but the deal in 2020 for unknown reasons was prevented by the head Stadia Phil Harrison.

In the spring of last year, Kojima just told that his next game was canceled, than he was just freaking out. In addition, the material reports about the cancellation of two more projects: the large-scale continuation of Journey to the Savage Planet and the multiplayer action by Frenchie Pelland, who previously worked in Ubisoft on the original Splinter Cell, Assassins Creed Syndicate and South Park: The Fractured But Whole.

While the creators of Rock Band and Fuser from Harmonix are still working on unannounced exclusive to Stadia and are not afraid of potential project closure — at worst they will just release it on other platforms. More on the Netflix CCeit and the screenwriter of the new Batman will make anime on the Terminator media: about Elden Ring will be told until the end of March — March 23? Developers of The Sinking City from Frogwares recommended not to buy the game on Steam.