Kojima Productions could be known for its feature films as well as its games in the future, if the studio's founder has anything to say about it.

Hideo Kojima spoke about future plans during a BBC Newsbeat documentary, which followed the development of Death Stranding.

"In the future, Kojima Productions will also start making films. If a person can do one thing well, then they should be able to do anything well," said Kojima.

"I think within the next three to four years, everything will move to streaming -- games, movies, and TV shows. When that happens, movies, TV shows, and games will be competing in the same space."

Already the studio has implemented a "very easy" mode for Death Stranding to cater specifically to movie fans, so the notion of full-length feature films isn't a far reach for Kojima.

And of course, there's plenty who would argue that the length of cut scenes in Kojima's games would warrant a sizeable library of film already.

Death Stranding releases this Friday on PlayStation 4, and garnered very high praise from Gameplanet's own Billy Atman.