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Next-Gen Metal Gear Solid V Will Be Shown At Tokyo Game Show

Posted on Friday, September 6 @ 06:11:19 PST by

Heath Hindman is in for a real treat later this month at Tokyo Game Show, because The Most Interesting Gamer will have the chance to see a next-gen version of Metal Gear Solid V which is confirmed to be shown at the annual industry event in Tokyo, Japan.

At a press event earlier this week, a slightly updated version of the MGSV prologue Ground Zeroes was demonstrated to the press. That's where Kojima Productions confirmed that the game will be shown on next generation hardware at TGS.

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