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Konami to announce new Metal Gear Solid 5 details at Gamescom

New Metal Gear Solid 5 details will be announced during next month’s Gamescom convention, publisher Konami has confirmed.

As well as using the Cologne-based show to offer up new details on Metal Gear Solid 5: The Phantom Pain, Konami has confirmed that Gamescom attendees will also be offered their first opportunity to play PES 2015.

With both games to feature on the company’s stand, the publisher has suggested that the two titles “will perfectly demonstrate the versatility and power of Kojima Productions’ Fox Engine, whilst delivering a new experience in visual quality and the power of the new wave of console systems.”

Although remaining cagey on exactly what gamers can expect, Konami has confirmed it will “present new details” on the next Metal Gear Solid title – fingers crossed this means narrowing down the game’s broad ‘2015’ launch window.

Gamescom will be held between August 13 and 17, with the publically open show to be preceded by press days rife with new announcements.

With Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain and PES 2015 we will be proudly presenting two of our strongest brands at Europe’s biggest games show, to a huge audience keen for new details,” Konami Digital Entertainment B.V. general manager Martin Schneider said.

“Both games show the commitment and energy Konami is bringing to the new formats. We look forward to sharing such important releases with the huge audience at the most vital European event in the gaming calendar.”

PES 2015, which will go head-to-head with EA’s FIFA 15 for footballing supremacy this autumn, will be playable on both PS4 and Xbox One platforms during the show.

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Via: CVG

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