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Metal Gear Solid 5: The Phantom Pain will let players create missions
The more we hear about Metal Gear Solid 5: The Phantom Pain, the weirder (and more awesome) it gets. According to a recent report by the Official PlayStation Magazine UK, the game will work alongside smartphones and tablets to let players create their own missions. This is presumably thanks to the open-world design of Phantom Pain.
"All the freedom is up to you and there are no rules [like] the linear games in the past," Kojima said. "You can use smartphones and tablets to interact with the world. That's why we did an open world, because we thought about all these interactions on multiple devices."
The open world lets players go crazy
Thanks to its open-world design, tablets and smartphones can play a more integral role in the upcoming stealth game. “Using tablets and smartphones you can also enjoy MGS V and create user-generated missions within the world," says Kojima.
Kojima has also revealed that the Kojima Productions' new LA studio will be working on a new online game mode for Metal Gear Solid 5. Previous games have had some online mode or the other, with Metal Gear Online being the most prominent and well-received of the bunch.
Metal Gear Solid V will bridge the timeline between Peace Walker and Metal Gear. The game may very well show how Big Boss creates Foxhound as well as his stronghold – Outer Heaven.
While Konami has earlier revealed that the game will be coming to the Xbox One as well as PlayStation 4, there is no word on whether or not it will be coming to the PC.
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