E3 2013: Xbox One Metal Gear Solid V Gameplay Footage

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Metal Gear Solid V screenshot

Konami announced and revealed today at Microsoft’s E3 conference that Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain, previously announced for the PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, and Windows, will also be heading to the Xbox One. They also showed off new gameplay footage, highlighting many aspects Kojima had previously stated. Also, many returning mechanics have been given an upgrade.

Taking place after Metal Gear Solid: Peace Walker, originally released on the PlayStation Portable, you’re in the role of Big Boss on a mission to save┬áKaz Miller from confinement. Many recurring characters appear in the trailer, as well as the lead villain, Skull Face. The game takes place in an all-new Western-style open world, with a refined, dynamic CQC, the ability to commandeer any vehicles you see, realistic passage of time, and the passing of day and night with real-time weather effects. Check out the full trailer below.

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