Well, we all knew it but it’s nice to see an official confirmation of it. After all those rumors and speculations, Kojima and Konami have officially revealed that Metal Gear Solid 5 is The Phantom Pain and Ground Zeroes combined into one game. Kojima has showcased MGS5 at this year’s GDC on a PC with a X360 controller, meaning that there is already a PC version up and running. Unfortunately, MGS 5: The Phantom Pain is currently announced for X360 and PS3, and we cannot understand why Konami is not confirming the PC version that was showcased.
In other news, the Joakim person in GTTV’s interview was a real person and not a CGI, something that a lot of publications were claiming to. In fact, some of them tried to convince everyone that we were watching a CGI that was created by the FOX Engine. Kudos to Kojima who has managed to troll all of them.
You can view below a GDC 2013 trailer of MGS 5, as well as a the gameplay demo that was showcased during Kojima’s speech.
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