Phantom Pain trailer was in real time, running on current gen specs, official screens released

Here we go again.

Posted By | On 10th, Dec. 2012 Under Article, News | Follow This Author @GamingBoltTweet

Two days ago, Phantom Pain was unveiled at VGA 2012. The short trailer looked like a viral video for Hideo Kojima’s Metal Gear Solid Ground Zeroes which resulted in to hundreds of theories about the game. The official website of Moby Dick Studios has now been updated with official screenshots and video.

One interesting thing that has been revealed by the developers is that Phantom Pain is running on current generation specs, that is the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360. All footage is shown running in real-time on hardware equivalent to current generation consoles (PS3 & XBOX360), the website states.

They have also released the trailer in full 1080P which you can check out below. The funny thing is that the the official YouTube channel for Phantom Pain is Joakim Mogren. This is a bit odd since normally game developers/publishers name their channels based on the company’s name or the game’s title. Looks like Hideo Kojima is trolling again.

The website also has a disclaimer that they are currently not operating through any social media outlets. Moby Dick Studio and our representatives does not currently operate through any social medias such as Facebook or Twitter, except for YOUTUBE.

Check out the screens and the video (1080P) below. Also do not forget to read our full analysis of the trailer here. Some cool little secrets are revealed.

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