Metal Gear Solid 5 for PC in development
Hideo Kojima confirms that MGS V: The Phantom Pain is in development for PC
With both next gen consoles, the Xbox One and PS4, getting some Metal Gear love from Hideo Kojima at E3 2013, the famed game designer was asked if the next entry in the tactical espionage series would arrive on PC.
“Of course we are developing on a PC, so we look forward to releasing something on the PC sometime,” said Kojima through an interpreter. “But right now we don’t have a release date. We aren’t really looking to do that right now. That’s not a priority. So, we are making it and we hope to put it out as well.”
Metal Gear Solid V has been out in the open for quite some time now, but while it was speculated to be a PS4 exclusive, it’s now confirmed to also be heading to Xbox One, along with Xbox 360 and PS3.
The Phantom Pain will be the first game running on the new FOX engine, developed by Kojima Productions, and published by Konami. Hideo Kojima will be at the helm, writing, directing, and designing the game with his team.
It was also revealed that star of TV show “24″, Kiefer Sutherland will be the voice of Snake for Metal Gear Solid V.
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