Earlier this month Kojima Productions revealed that the next-gen versions of Metal Gear Solid V would be showcased during the Tokyo Game Show, and the developer has certainly delivered on that promise. Besides the off-screen video showing the PS4 version of MGS V in action that was released last week, the official Konami Japan YouTube channel has uploaded 3 new videos giving Metal Gear Solid fans plenty to absorb and contemplate as we wait for more details about Hideo Kojima’s latest project.
The first video is based on one which was shown when MGS V was originally announced, although this time around the trailer has English voices so we can listen in to Kiefer Sutherland’s portrayal of Snake.
The second video shows direct-feed gameplay from TGS featuring the game’s Ground Zeroes mission set against the backdrop of the US Naval Prison Facility in Cuba. This footage shows the mission being played at night and the game is running on the Xbox One as evidenced by the controller prompts.
The third video is also direct-feed gameplay from TGS although the Ground Zeroes mission is now being played during the day and the game is running on the PS4.
Here’s the new media:
Can you spot any visual differences between the PS4 and Xbox One versions of MGS V? Let us know in the comments.
Metal Gear Solid V is still without a release window but we at least know that the game’s target formats are PS3, Xbox 360, PS4 and Xbox One. Head over here for El33tonline’s previous coverage of this open-world stealth action game helmed by industry veteran Hideo Kojima.