As we detailed a couple days ago, during the Spike TV “Video Game Awards”, an enigmatic franchise was shown known as “The Phantom Pain” which left people wondering what it was, who was making it, and what consoles it was for.
Soon after the title’s debut, internet sleuths pieced together various clues to come to the conclusion that “The Phantom Pain” is a Hideo Kojima title and is likely “Metal Gear Solid V” – or “Metal Gear Solid: Ground Zeroes”.
For additional information, please read the following article which details why “The Phantom Pain” is likely “Metal Gear Solid 5” right here.
On Monday, the official website of Moby Dick Studios, supposed development studio of “Phantom Pain”, was updated with new screens and other information which helps shed new light on the project.
According to the website, “The Phantom Pain” is currently in development for Xbox 360 and PS3 and that the trailer shown on Friday evening – view the trailer here – was running in real-time on hardware equivalent to current generation consoles.
The website reads:
All footage is shown running in real-time on hardware equivalent to current generation consoles (PS3 & XBOX360).
[Source] = Examiner
Some pics of the video: