Hideo Kojima is working on “Death Stranding,” an open world action game that stars “The Walking Dead” actor Norman Reedus, “Hannibal” star Mads Mikkelsen and Mexican film director Guillermo del Toro. Not much is known about the upcoming title save for those things. This week, Kojima continues the teasing by opening up about the PlayStation 4 game without really revealing pertinent details like the gameplay, release date, storyline and the likes.

Kojima sat down with BBC Newsbeat recently and gushed about the approach he is taking for “Death Stranding.” According to the Japanese video game designer, he intends to come up with a game that’s easy to jump into but will be very different from what’s already out there on the market. “We want this game to be something that people can get into easily but after an hour or two they’ll start to notice something a little different. It’s not like anything they’ve played before,” Kojima said.

Explaining further about his approach for the Sony Interactive Entertainment title, Kojima compared his new game with musical bands. The “Metal Gear Solid” creator said bands undergo changes whenever they release albums and these changes are part of their adaptation with the times. Kojima admitted that such changes may cause some fans to leave, but new ones come along. And this is what he wants “Death Stranding” to be.

Kojima previously worked for Konami. “Death Stranding” is his first project since exiting the company. He confessed in the interview that he appreciates the things he learned from his working experiences there. “I worked for 30 years at my previous company. I had a lot of experiences there and I’m very appreciative of everything I gained from that experience,” he said.

His separation from Konami in December 2015 has pushed him to establish his own studio, Kojima Productions. Ahead of his comeback in the gaming scene, Kojima gave fans an inside look at his Tokyo-based headquarters through a video tour with IGN. The clip, which is already up on YouTube, gives fans an exclusive look at the studio workspace, office, kitchen and the unique reception area. Also featured in the video are the people working with Kojima, such as art director Yoji Shinkawa, writer Keni Yano and producer James Vance.

Check out the video tour below and see where Kojima and his team are developing the highly anticipated game that is “Death Stranding.”