Millions of Big Boss and MGS fans are eagerly waiting for Kojima to announce a release date for The Phantom Pain. However, the wait will continue as Kojima still hasn’t confirmed a release date.
Meanwhile, he did confirm something else though. According to the creator of MGS, the upcoming Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain will feature Korean Language support. That doesn’t mean the game will be dubbed in Korean, but rather its menus and subtitles will be in Korean.
The news was shared by Hideo Kojima during a conference with Sony Computer Entertainment. Moreover, at the recently held Taipei Game Show Kojima revealed support for Chinese Language as well and at Igromir, he announced improvements to the Russian Language as well.
Russian Language improvements were later introduced in Ground Zeroes as well via a patch.
Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain will tell the story of Big Boss and his journey for revenge after the events of Ground Zeroes. Players will see Big Boss traveling parts of Afghanistan and Africa on quest for answers and to hunt down Cipher. The game will explain how he became a “demon.”
The Phantom Pain is expected sometime this year for PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3, Xbox One, Xbox 360 and PC. For all things MGS, stay-tuned to SegmentNext.