Metal Gear Solid goes open world
Kojima Productions has offered a first look into its latest Metal Gear title at a special one-off event in Tokyo.
The game, called Metal Gear Sold: Ground Zeroes, is said to feature real-time cut-scenes and open world gameplay. It will run on Team Kojima’s new Fox Engine.
It was revealed on stage by the Kojima studio during the Metal Gear Solid 25th Anniversary event. However, new information on the project is scarce because Konami has imposed certain restrictions on reporting on the game.
But the demonstration itself appears to have impressed those in attendance.
Having a casual interest in the MGS games I’m quite intrigued by the prospect of an open world MGS title.
It will also be interesting to see if Kojima implements some form of multi-player with this new entry to the series as the online aspect found MGS4 was pretty good; serving up something different from the same old generic grenade-fests and as such it was a genuine shame when Konami eventually decided to close it down.
On a side note, I’m sure Mentski will also raise a curious eyebrow at this being as he’s currently ploughing through the HD remakes.