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Posted on Tuesday, May 27 @ 18:00:00 PST by Alex_Osborn


Metal Gear Solid mastermind Hideo Kojima is hyping up his new trailer for The Phantom Pain, which is set to be revealed in just a couple of weeks at E3. According to the Kojipro boss, the new video will likely be even tougher to watch than last year's GDC trailer (embedded above).

"Finished the mix," he said on Twitter (via Metal Gear Informer). "Like last year, this trailer contains no explosions, collapses, destruction, gunfights, car chases or people mobbed by reporters. Nor any zombies, aliens or giant spaceships. Just men descending into madness. A lot of fans said the 2013 GDC trailer was tough to watch. This one may be even tougher."

I'm sure I'm not the only one super excited to see Kojima's new trailer for Metal Gear Solid V. After all, the man isn't afraid to stir up a bit of controversy and ruffle a few feathers. At the very least, we'll be sure to get footage worth talking about, for better or worse.
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