Kojima is in the editing phase of Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain’s Launch Trailer


Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain is nearing its release, and game director Hideo Kojima is now working hard to edit the final cut of the launch trailer for his eagerly anticipated stealth-action game. Kojima revealed this information through his official Twitter page today.



Kojima’s tweet, along with a photo of his work desk, can be seen below.

In addition, Kojima also tweeted that he will try to put as little spoilers as possible in this new trailer. According to him, the trailer’s theme will involve the “evolution and harmony of Metal Gear”.

Given that this is Kojima’s last Metal Gear Solid title, it’s certainly an emotional moment for the game designer. It seems that this brand new trailer will convey just how far the series has come since the days of the PSX, or even the original MSX titles.

We’ll keep you posted on further updates regarding the eventual availability of Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain’s launch trailer. In the meantime, let us know what you’re expecting from the game’s final trailer in the comments below.

  • Venom Snake

    I’m curious what Kojima does after he leaves Konami, he once stated he will make games for the rest of his life.

  • Tom Maxey

    But I thought the E3 ‘Elegia’ trailer was to be his last?

    • TheWbarletta

      There’s always a launch trailer, for every game