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Amazing Hideo Kojima Easter Egg Discovered In MGS V: The Phantom Pain, First Screenshots Released

Amazing Hideo Kojima Easter Egg Discovered In MGS V: The Phantom Pain, First Screenshots Released

Amazing Hideo Kojima Easter Egg Discovered In MGS V: The Phantom Pain, First Screenshots Released
May 18
08:18 2014


Amazing Hideo Kojima Easter Egg Discovered In MGS V: The Phantom Pain, First Screenshots Released

Twitter user Edmond Tran has discovered a new Hideo Kojima-based easter egg in Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain. Kojima substantially introduced himself as a volunteer employee at the gamers’ Mother Base, providing huge help in the R&D department.

MGS V: The Phantom Pain Kojima Easter Egg

Tran told GameSpot that Kojima joins Mother Base only if the character was saved during a special side-quest in Metal Gear Solid V: Ground Zeroes.

As you might know, Kojima is not going to be the only bonus you can carry over from the Ground Zeroes prologue, in case you have played it on the same platform you’re going to play The Phantom Pain.

Anyway, he is probably the strongest employee you will have on board for a long time: he works Intel, is at s-rank and has an A+ in R&D.

Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain is out now on September 1 for PC, PS4, Xbox One, Xbox 360 and PS3.

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DarkRast
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