E3 2012: Metal Gear Solid 5 to be revealed at Sony’s E3 Conference

Posted By | On 05th, Jun. 2012 Under News | Follow This Author @KartikMdgl


Hideo Kojima of Kojima Productions and creator of Metal Gear Solid has been spotted at Sony’s press conference, which has led people to speculate that he will be showing Metal Gear Solid 5 at their conference. It’s currently known as Project Ogre, but we don’t have much details on this yet.

Seeing the image of the tweet below it’s clear that it’s something related to Project Ogre, and the guy on the image looks like a young Big Boss (correction: Solid Snake). Also there has been some rumours floating around that this is indeed true and Kojima will turn on the heat soon.

Meanwhile Sony’s conference begins in 30 mins and you can check that out here, along with our live blog of the same.

Tell us what you think in the comments section below.


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  • Juan

    That’s snake mgs1s artwork dude

  • Nate Buckelew

    That is a young Solid Snake, not a young Big Boss.

  • Prizrak

    Its funny how wrong this is
    Project Ogre has NOTHING to do with MGS whatsoever

    • Kartik Mudgal

      I am pretty sure it’s the codename for MGS5

    • Beans

      No, it’s a completely different project. Kojima Productions is working on three projects with basically nothing known about them; MGS5, ZOE 3, and Project Ogre. All confirmed to be different.

    • Shubhankar Parijat

      Kojima is not working on ZEO3, he’s already confirmed that.

    • Nope

      Absolutely no confirmation that they are all different.
      Fact 1: Project Ogre, in development, runs on the new Fox engine.
      2: Kojima sent out a Big Boss advertisement for developers.
      I don’t even really think there is a MGS5 in development; Ogre looks good enough for me because –
      3: Rising looks stupid.

    • Nope

      In that, there is no reason to believe Project Ogre has nothing to do with MGS5 because there is no reason to believe there is an eminent MGS5.

    • Nope

      In that, there is no reason to believe Project Ogre has nothing to do with MGS5 because there is no reason to believe there is a MGS5 eminent.

    • Beans

      1. Ogre runs on the Fox engine and is going to feature Ogres in some way.
      2. Kojima Productions is working on the “Next” MGS.
      3. Kojima has confirmed Ogre is a brand new game.

      Kojima is producer for ZOE 3, just as he was for the first two.
      Rising looks awesome.


 

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