When Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain launches, it will be Metal Gear fans’ last Metal Gear
We’ve heard a lot about Metal Gear games over the past few years, but this is the first time fans have gotten to experience the game’s entire story, complete with a new multiplayer mode and its own ending.
The announcement came on stage at E3 this year, and Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance, the game that brought us Metal Gear Online, was also showcased at E4.
So, why is Metal Gear being brought to its final stage in the near future?
For starters, there’s no official date for the game yet.
The developers at Hideo Kojima Productions, the studio that developed Metal Gear, want to keep the game secret until the game is ready to be playable on consoles, because the Metal Gear formula was built upon a formula that has been around for decades.
And so they’re keeping the game a secret until they can fully understand the experience of playing it.
This way, fans can have a better idea of what the game will be like before they buy it.
Kojimas also made a point to stress that Metal Gear players won’t be locked into a specific platform for the time being.
“We want to be able to make a game that we feel people want to play,” Kojimese told IGN at E2.
“I want to give you a glimpse of what we’re thinking.”
That’s an important part of Metal Gear’s success.
It’s been a massive hit in Japan and has been embraced by many players.
The franchise has had three major installments in the series, all of which were released between 2006 and 2015.
In each installment, players explore a new area in the Outer Heaven, the Metal Gears base, and discover new ways to progress through the story.
The games have been hugely successful, with over 60 million copies sold in North America alone.
Kajima told IGN that Metal Gears was going to be the first of his new Metal Gear titles to be released on consoles.
“It will be the last Metal Gears,” he said.
“And it’s the first Metal Gear title that will not have the [gamepad] controller.”
This is the final installment in the Metal Blade franchise.
Kijima also made it clear that Metal Blade would be his last Metal Blade game, because of a number of factors.
“Metal Gear is an incredible franchise, and its a franchise that we’re passionate about,” Kijimase said.
“[Metal Gear] was a game I made in my childhood, and it was a big part of my childhood.
I wanted to make something with that same feeling of the series.”
The Metal Gear franchise is in the midst of a reboot, so it’s possible that Kojims successor will be different.
This is also the second time that Kijimes game is coming to consoles.
The first Metal Gears game, Metal Gear 2: Sons of Liberty, was released for the Xbox 360 in 2012.
But the franchise is no longer based on the original Metal Gear.
Kishimoto also noted that Metal Heroes, Metal Storm, and MGSV: Guns of the Patriots will all be returning for the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC.
It seems like Kojinomics’ Metal Gear game will have a lot of different twists than its predecessors.
There are new missions, new weapons, and even a new ending, so you’ll be able see what’s been left out in the game.
But, as Kojins daughter Kiyoko told IGN, this is Metal Gears’ last game.
“MGSV is a game we’ve made for 20 years,” she said.
Kiyokis comments about Metal Gears being Metal Gear were a little premature.
The game was originally announced in 2010, but Kijinomics team has been working on the game since 2015.
“As we said before, Metal Gears is an incredibly long game, and as a result we want to get to the best version of Metal Gears that we can, and we want people to be excited about that,” Kiyoki told IGN.
“So, Metal Heroes is our last Metal Heroes game.”
Kiyoshi’s comments about the ending of Metal Heroes could hint at what to expect in the new Metal Gears.
If Metal Gear will be returning to its previous setting, the Outer Hell, then fans will be treated to a new story that will focus on the events that took place during the Outer Earth’s collapse in 2025.
Kinshiro Hirakawa, the lead designer of Metal Games, told IGN during E3 that Metal gears story would be a “completely different one.”
Kojini said that the Metal Fighters will not be returning.
Kitchin and Kijiji, the two developers of Metal Fighters, have already confirmed that Metal Fighters is not returning.
It will be up to Kitchi to announce what Metal Fighters story he will be bringing to the series.
So far, Kitchis Metal Fighters announcement