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Monday, 05 March 2012 09:06

Kojima shows new-gen engine

Written by David Stellmack

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Metal Gear 5 will use new Fox Engine

Kojima Productions, which is headed by Hideo Kojima of Metal Gear fame, has shown some screen shots from the new version of the Fox Engine. This new version of the Fox Engine is the revamped next-gen version of the studio’s engine.

In the screen shots, Kojima challenges readers to pick which pictures are real and which are rendered by the new Fox Engine. The screen shots are impressive and have an excellent level of detail.

While Kojima does not go into detail on the engine, it will be the version of the Fox Engine that will power the announced Metal Gear Solid 5. Although we know next to nothing about the game, other than it has been referred by Kojima as an open world military experience, it will be using this new next generation version of the Fox Engine.


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