Kojima: MGS V – Phantom Pain Hundreds Fold Bigger!

Having had a mystery since it was first introduced to the public, Kojima finally confirming Ground zeroes and Phantom Pain as two different series. Although big name Metal Gear Solid V in front of each of these titles, the game will be released in different time windows. Kojima positioned as a series of zeroes Ground prologue and ready to be released in March 2014, while Phantom Pain is still a big question mark. Then what is the fundamental difference between the two in this series? Do Ground zeroes become an essential must-have game? Kojima latest answer posed a dilemma leaves and gta 5 online here.


In an official post on his personal Twitter account, Kojima explained the status Ground zeroes (GZ) as a prologue. GZ just going to be a game “introduction” to the new world offered Kojima’s Metal Gear Solid V, while the MGS V Phantom Pain is real. World offered Phantom Pain will be hundreds of times larger than the GZ. Kojima also added that the GZ itself was relatively small and would be present without the features dynamic environments, although various missions offered will create a bit of the illusion.
Kojima even openly that Phantom Pain will be MGS V “real”, while Ground zeroes just an introductory course. The implication? GTA 5 will offer a very small map, even without the support of dynamic environmental features. Starting to sound like VR Missions in different formats?

For gamers who were looking forward to MGS V: GZ like us, what is disclosed by Kojima is of course a double-edged sword of its own. Stating that the Phantom Pain will be hundreds of times more massive also indicates that GTA 5 online hacks would be a game “small” concept is starting to feel like VR Mission to previous MGS series. Not surprisingly well if Konami offered at comparatively cheap price for a next-gen game though.

How about you? Are you interested to participate in this GZ? Or jump directly to Phantom Pain? Metal Gear Solid V: Ground zeroes itself will be released on March 18, 2014 for the Playstation 3, Playstation 4, Xbox 360, and Xbox One.

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