Guerrilla Games co-founder tells the story how he and Kojima arrived at the name Decima

From VG247: "During an interview at Reboot Develop today, Guerrilla Games co-founder Hermen Hulst talked a little bit about how the collaboration with Kojima Productions on Death Stranding came to be.

Death Stranding, of course, uses Guerrilla Games’ proprietary Decima engine. After leaving Konami, Hideo Kojima took a big trip to many development studios to study how they work, and see the tech being used to make games."

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whothedog648d ago

I wonder if they will censor this game

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Atticus_finch648d ago

Not on PS4 but I hear the Xbox version will be completely censored.

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DarXyde648d ago

That's a pretty subtle reason, but I like it a lot. Fitting.

The more you know.

uth11648d ago

I thought it was called Decima before Kojima got involved. Wasn't it used in other non-GG games like Until Dawn?

ps360owner09648d ago (Edited 648d ago )


The engine has been around since 2013 Killzone Shadow Fall and you are correct it was used in the non-GG game Until Dawn.

Guerilla Games had the engine up and running for years but had not given it a name. Kojima gave them a name to use for the engine after he started work on Death Stranding. Honestly who cares about the name of a game engine as long as it is a good game engine. I guess it may help to have a catchy name if you are marketing and trying to get other developers to use the engine.