Via its Twitter account, Kojima Productions has introduced that the corporate will likely be offering help for individuals who have fled to Japan from the conflict in Ukraine. Exactly what sort of help is specified, however the tweet says that additional particulars will likely be introduced at a later date. The tweet additionally features a hyperlink to an internet web page on the Immigration Services Agency of Japan web site, which accommodates numerous items of helpful data (in each English and Ukrainian) for Ukrainian refugees to Japan courtesy of FRESC (the Foreign Residents’ Support Center). But there’s nothing on this web page to point what precisely Kojima Productions may be planning.

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Kojima Productions employs a minimum of one workforce member from Ukraine, as Hideo Kojima himself tweeted on February 24, the day Russia’s invasion of Ukraine started. Kojima has since posted numerous different tweets concerning the way in which, together with one together with a picture of the Porter Suit from Death Stranding, with “NO WAR” written throughout it. And now Kojima seems able to take motion past talking out towards the conflict.

Various different game firms have put their cash where their mouths are concerning the aid effort for the conflict in Ukraine. Epic Games, for instance, raised an enormous complete of $144 million just by donating a fortnight’s value of Fortnite income to varied charities funding humanitarian efforts in Ukraine.