Metal Gear Solid V: Phantom Pain at GDC 2013

Quite the surprise earlier today at the Game Developers Conference with Metal Gear Solid V Trailer.

We only expected Konami’s panel to be a bunch of fluff showcasing their Fox engine. Instead we got Kojima coming out on stage with his head wrapped up in bandages. This was not to display his fascination for bondage, but a new trailer for Metal Gear Solid V: Phantom Pain.

The Metal Gear Solid trailer is just all kinds of beautiful. It’s an amazing pantomime trip of emotion, drama, and awe. It opens with a man, whom appears to be Snake, waking from a near decade long coma. Then scenes shift from there to him taking out enemies aboard a helicopter. He flees for his life from a man of fire, rides a mystical horse, and much more.

It’s been confirmed that versions of Metal Gear Solid V will be released for both the Xbox 360 and PS3. There’s nothing about nextgen, but the release date has yet to be said. Until then give the video a go and comment below with your theories of what’s to come this E3.

Video via GamesHGMedia YouTube


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