Metal Gear Solid 5: The Phantom Pain

EU & US Release date: 1 Sep, 2015
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Hints of a Metal Gear Solid V: Definitive Edition sneak out

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A few mysterious rumblings of a Metal Gear Solid V: Definitive Edition have surfaced, with retail listings appearing on Amazon Japan and a German retailer called NetGames. What exactly the package will consist of isn’t clear, but that doesn’t mean we can’t do some baseless speculation. It’s what the Boss would’ve wanted.

Metal Gear Solid V’s latest update adds new weapons and online development items

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Metal Gear Solid V has received an update that adds content to the single player portion of the game. Despite launching back in September 2015, Konami have been supporting the game through patches for both the single player campaign and the multiplayer.

Some of the new online development items include the Tornado-6 Revolver (Ocelot’s gun), UN-AAM-NL Non-Lethal Machine Gun and a Sneaking Suit. Five out the six items released in this update will be primarily used in stealth runs.

Unreal-powered Metal Gear remake returns as VR Museum with David Hayter

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The Shadow Moses project, a fan-made remake of the original Metal Gear Solid, looked super-cool. It also looked like something that would die at Konami’s seeming hatred of their own fanbase, so it was no surprise when it was canceled. The real surprise is that it’s back along with the vocal talents of a Metal Gear legend.

Cloaked in Silence DLC now available for Metal Gear Online

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As promised two weeks ago, the Cloaked in Silence downloadable content pack is now available for Metal Gear Solid 5: The Phantom Pain's online multiplayer mode, Metal Gear Online.

David Hayter teasing something Snake-related

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I’ll freely admit that this barely counts as news, but I’m too huge of a Metal Gear fan to let this one sneak by. David Hayter, the voice actor who originally brought Snake to life, is saying fun, cryptic things on Twitter.

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