Kojima Reveals Decima Engine As Engine Employed For “Death Stranding”

by Joshua Diokno   

The weekend had just seen another brilliant reveal from Kojima Productions for their much-awaited, mystery-shrouded video game offering, “Death Stranding”.

1990412_1Following the confirmation of THE Mads Mikkelsen on board for the project as an inspiration/key character in the game, Kojima broke the news at a panel in PSX that they are using Decima Engine in production. Launched back in November 2013, Decima Engine is the game engine developed by Guerilla Games. Popularly known for being utilized in the “Killzone” series, the Decima Engine boasts of tools and features for producing artificial intelligence, physics, logics and gaming worlds. On top of that, it is also compatible with 4K and HDR.

Mark Cerny and Herman Hulst, managing director to Guerilla Games joined Kojima on the PSX panel to talk about the partnership. In a reported statement, Kojima and Cerny had gone through a great deal of candidates for the production. Kojima had been quoted saying that he felt really positive with their encounter with Guerilla Games.

ddxa00etflq3oflykmbzKojima also raised how the engine was utilized to optimize the lighting for the scenes within the latest “Death Stranding” trailer. The Decima Engine, as Kojima had attributed, was responsible for the realistic look that the trailers had achieved.

With the teasers looking sharp, it is more than correct to say that Kojima Productions is treading the right direction in the game’s development. And gamers all over can’t just wait for Death Stranding’s release.

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