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Thursday, 21 June 2012 08:14

Fox Engine for Metal Gear Solid 5

Written by David Stellmack



Kojima not clear on development time table


While Konami isn’t talking about Metal Gear Solid 5 (MGS5) yet, Hideo Kojima is. Kojima has confirmed to French magazine IG that MGS5 is in development at Kojima Productions, and it will be built using the studio’s new Fox Engine.

While the interview with Kojima confirms the use of the Fox Engine, it isn’t clear what stage the development might be in or what the timetable is for the release of MGS5. Kojima let readers in on the fact that MGS5 will be based around the concept of infiltration, with characters who can interact similarly to what we have seen most recently in Deus Ex: Human Revolution.

Snake apparently will not be left in the past with MGS5; while Kojima didn’t reveal anything specific, he said that despite the fact he wanted to let Snake die at the end of Guns of the Patriots, he is apparently not finished with him just yet.

Read more about it here.




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