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MGS5: The Phantom Pain will Really Need Bilingual Soldiers
We still don’t know when exactly is Kojima Productions going to release Metal Gear Solid 5: The Phantom Pain, but what we do know is that Hideo Kojima is really excited about all the bits and pieces of the game.
Kojima has been sharing information about the game at well placed interval to make sure we don’t get out mind off of the game while not being over stuffed with information.
Just a little bit more was revealed regarding a new feature by the veteran developer through a recent episode of Kojima Station.
He said that the game will require you to hire soldiers who can also perform the task of translators for Big Boss. Obviously the program was in Japanese but thanks to this twitter user we have a translation of what said:
Not only will you not understand soldiers speaking a foreign language if you don’t have an interpreter at Mother Base who speaks their language, you won’t be able to interrogate them either.
That is not all what he has revealed regarding the game, there is also another slight change in the story. After the accident, some parts of Snake’s brain were affected and among those were also the parts that made him a bilingual.
So yes, he only knows one language now.
In the recent days, we have also been confirmed by the developers that there will be no free roaming in Metal Gear Solid 5: The phantom Pain and also that everyone who owns Ground Zeroes, will also get Camp Omega in the upcoming game.
So far, we only know that Metal Gear Solid 5: The Phantom Pain is slated for a release in 2015 for Microsoft Windows, PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, Xbox 360 and Xbox One.