David Hayter’s Solid Snake Tweet Is Possibly Hinting Towards A Metal Gear Solid 5 Follow-up

Take this with a massive grain of salt.

Posted By | On 08th, Mar. 2016 Under News, Rumors | Follow This Author @GamingBoltTweet


David Hayter

Popular voice actor and the man behind Solid Snake and Big Boss, David Hayter is in the news again. Just to recap, it was theorized that Hayter will return as Solid Snake in Metal Gear Solid 5: The Phantom Pain but that never came to fruition. However a few hours ago David Hayter tweeted that he is back in booth recording lines for Solid Snake. However this was quickly debunked as something related to what Colonel Campbell’s voice actor is promoting.

However Metal Gear Solid fans, who are also extremely amazing detectives by the way, found out something interesting hidden behind the script that Hayter tweeted. If you apply some dark filters in the photoshop you can see what is written behind that image. Redditors and Twitter users noticed the following: “technology hasn’t been used since 1984″ hidden behind the script.

Now what is so thought prvoking about that line? Well, Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain took place in 1984 and the parasites were a new form technology that was introduced in the game. Back in January 2016, Hayter shared an image on Twitter (see below) where he he hinted he was recording something at Formosa, a studio where previous Metal Gear Solid games were recorded.

I know that all of this is stretching it and Hayter is known to play with his fan base if the pre-release days of The Phantom Pain was anything to go by. Regardless we have reached out to Hayter and have asked for clarification and will update this post when we hear something back.

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  • spideynut71

    Without Kojima, and the with the way Konami has shlt all over their fanbase, they might as well not even bother.

    • Ryuken13

      MGS may come back but Hayter will not be a part of it. His ridiculous behavior has guaranteed that lol.

    • spideynut71

      Knowing what we know now, I’m willing to give Hayter the benefit of the doubt, and say a lot of his “behavior” comes from how Konami shlt on him, just as they did Kojima, and their fans.

  • Ryuken13

    Hayter simply cannot walk away from the past and his former fame can he?

    I deem him a victim of the Sarkeesian Virus: doomed to creating drama and contraversy on social media as he chases that former glory.

    Pathetic.

    • Matc123

      You know he could just be messing around to play with his fans (of which are mostly from metal gear which are fans that like to be teased and have little Easter eggs if you go by what the games and kojima have done).

    • Ryuken13

      Perhaps.. Hayter is not one to know when to STFU though. Loves the attention and the spotlight.

    • Matc123

      Maybe, your right that he doesn’t know the proverbial line of when to stfu. Though that line is placed in different places for different people.

      I personally don’t think a guy who tweets maybe once a month or ever other month about MGS (mainly about Easter eggy or fan service stuff) is trying to hog the spot light but that’s the way I see it I guess. Everything else he says about metal gear are in interviews which he was asked to come on and ask questions so that’s not his fault for being polite enough to answer.

      At the end of the day he was just messing around with the fans because he made a ford commercial. So these images are exactly what Kojima was doing before MGS v teasing his work to the fans that liked to be teased.

    • Ryuken13

      You gotta agree this is not good for Hayter’s future job prospects though? Any hiring manager would dread this guy he comes across as quite the drama queen lol.

    • Matc123

      As I said before different people different assumptions.

      You could be completely right that his antics after MGS v could cause him to loose an acting role due to them worrying about getting bad press if they let him go. Creators should have the right to what they want with their talent if they think it benefits the art their making.

      Then the other side of the coin is that after seeing the outrage of him not reprising his role as big boss (which should of been voice acting by a different person anyway just for clarity purposes) and the amount attention he got he could be a game selling factor (more so than before). Or they don’t care about his antics and just care how he auditioned for that role.

      Overall, I guess there is a chance it makes his future job prospects worse. Variants huh

  • ratman2000

    Mr. Hayter you want my advise??

    This is gonna sound crazy, but if want to forget about all this mgs bullcrap, go watch some F1, literally. You seem to be stuck in your past and you can’t seem to escape from it. I watch it and it’s great, I recommend starting with the 80s era of F1, that way you can see Ayrton Senna race….


 

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