Acclaimed game developer Hideo Kojima will be at this year’s The Game Awards 2017. In addition, Host Geoff Keighley confirmed that not only would Hideo Kojima be at the Game Awards but the famed director, Guillermo del Toro, would be there as well.

The duo would be appearing to present an award but Keighley didn’t confirm if they would be revealing anything. Given that The Game Awards has been known for surprising announcements many speculate this will be when Hideo Kojima will reveal the first gameplay footage of Death Stranding.

While information regarding Hideo Kojima’s project has been limited, skipping E3 2017, TGS 2017, Gamescom, and Paris Games Week many are hoping that Sony will end 2017 with the reveal.

Hideo Kojima and Guillermo del Toro worked together on the canceled Silent Hill reboot for the PS4. Guillermo del Toro was also involved in the development of inSane, a survival-horror game that was in development for Xbox 360, PS3, and PC before being canceled in August 2012.

Hideo Kojima is a famous creator, director, and writing for a number of video games. He’s most reputably known for the Metal Gear series, Zone of the Enders, Policenauts, and Snatcher. Over the course of his career, Kojima has received the Game Developers Conference Lifetime Achievement Award, The Games Awards Industry Icon Award, and the AIAS Hall of Fame Award. Currently, Kojima is working on a new game called Death Stranding which features actors Norman Reedus and Mads Mikkelsen as the leading roles.

Death Stranding is in development for PS4.