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MGS5: The Phantom Pain Download Size is 25GB, Bloody Poster Revealed
With the issues between Hideo Kojima and Konami stirring everything pretty well, everything related to Metal Gear Solid 5 The Phantom Pain has become of even more importance – not that we weren’t going bonkers over the game’s release already.
So the first thing we have at hand for you is the official download size of the game that came up through the Japanese variant of PlayStation Store.
If you check out the game’s listing there you will be able to see that they are asking you to set aside 25.1 GB for the game.
Other than that, Hideo Kojima took to his twitter account with a new poster for Japanese version of Metal Gear Solid 5 The Phantom Pain that shows a rather gruesome side of the two main characters, Snake and Quiet.
In the said poster, both the character look bloody and drenched with fresh spilled blood although you wouldn’t be sure if that blood is their own or of their enemies.
The caption provided beside the poster is in Japanese and hence quite hard to decipher for a layman like me. I have, however, been able to figure out that he is trying to convey a message of revenge and its aftermath which clearly is going to be really, really bloody.
I think the poster in question is also the “final poster” of the game.
8月に展開予定の「MGSV TPP」最終ポスター。店頭展開は一部の店舗で。「GZ」の傷だらけのカズとスネークの喪失ビジュアル、昨年E3の顔を隠したオセロットとスネークの悪に堕ちるビジュアルに継ぐ、血に塗れたクワイエットとスネークの姿。 pic.twitter.com/tqLsIe01pw
— 小島秀夫 (@Kojima_Hideo) July 23, 2015
That being said, Metal Gear Solid 5 The Phantom Pain releases to consoles on September 1 and for PC on September 15; are you ready to get in the shoes of Snake and see what bloody aftermath of revenge Kojima is teasing?