Another compilation gets spoiled from an early retail listing, this time for Metal Gear Solid V.
The final product to come from the ill-fated relationship between Konami and Kojima Productions, Metal Gear Solid V released in two parts between 2014 and 2015- the shorter prequel MGSV: Ground Zeroes, and the main epic MGSV: The Phantom Pain. Both games were the first from Kojima Productions to utilize their new Fox Engine, equipping Metal Gear Solid V with three open-world areas (Camp Omega, Afghanistan, Africa), real-time weather effects and an insane degree of character-detail. Though Kojima and company parted ways with Konami shortly after the release of The Phantom Pain, the title continued to receive support through online community activities, DLC, and separate DLC for the competitive multiplayer component, Metal Gear Online.
The final Kojima-led MGS title may return as one giant game, according to early listings from Amazon Japan and NetGames. Both Amazon.JP and German gaming retailer NetGames have since removed the descriptions, however if the previously stated information remains true, Metal Gear Solid V will get a Definitive Edition later this year. Metal Gear Solid V: Definitive Edition will contain both Ground Zeroes and The Phantom Pain complete with all single-player DLC content.
Konami has yet to confirm either listing, but if the early reveal remains true, MGS fans could potentially expect Metal Gear Solid V: Definitive Edition to arrive sometime this Fall.