Kojima teases Project Ogre, posts screens on Twitter
Hideo Kojima, ever the teasing master he is, has posted two shots showing off the new Fox Engine, one of which is from a prototype of his next game, codenamed Project Ogre.
The first image shows a soldier crouching beside an NPC tank in what appears to be a Middle Eastern location. Maybe.
The second, weirdly, shows two females. Kojima said in a tweet that one of the advantages of Fox was “See-thru underwear.” Kojima in closet perv shocker.
Kojima debuted Fox Engine at E3 in June as part of Konami’s E3 showcase, as well as showing off part of what appeared to be a prototype from Ogre.
The Metal Gear boss earlier this week mentioned potential plans for MGS5, featuring The Boss and her Cobra unit, as well as re-unveiling Metal Gear Rising under the development of Platinum Games.
Get the shots below. Thanks, Andriasang.
What no tight pants for woman?
A strong man doesn't need to read the future, he makes his own
OGRE=Obese, ground, robotic, e?????
Kojima's Project Ogre is an open-world game
Metal Gear creator says his next project will be "very free".
Hideo Kojima has revealed that his next game, codenamed Project Ogre, will be an open-world affair.
Speaking to CNN, Kojima described the game as being set in "a very open world" where players can wander around and explore freely, and that players should still be able to find new sights and worthwhile adventures after playing for 100 hours. The Metal Gear creator said the kind of game he's working on "is some game that has a very wide entrance, a very open entrance. Rather than making something very cinematic, [I plan to] make something very free."
It sounds in great contrast to the more linear design of Metal Gear Solid then.
Project Ogre is being developed on the new Fox Engine, which allows for translucent clothing, realistic dust particles and a wealth of other visual effects you won't notice after five minutes.
Another recent tweet showed off the first image from the Fox Engine, and showed what looks to be a man sneaking by a tank in a dusty, mountainous region.
Fans of Solid Snake shouldn't get their hopes up though; it doesn't look like another Metal Gear adventure. However, Kojima has confirmed that a new "authentic stealth MGS" is on the way.
[ Source: CNN ]
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