Most love a good game where the community plays an active in making sure a game remains fresh with new content, so why shouldn't the upcoming Metal Gear Solid V go down that same route? While the development team still hasn't decided over whether or not The Phantom Pain and Ground Zeroes will be separate or bundled titles, in an interview with CVG, Hideo Kojima confirmed that user generated missions will be available:
"The other reason for the game going open-world is that we wanted to use multiple devices for this game. So using tablets and smart phones you can also enjoy MGSV and create user-generated missions within the world. That's another reason we had to go open-world - if it was linear we wouldn't be able to do that."
Kojima also noted that, while he himself is interested in the possibilities the Kinect offers, it may not be implemented in the upcoming titles. Of course all genres need to adapt and evolve to survive, and the stealth genre is no different. Kojima also mentioned that, due to the game's open world, players may need to change and adapt their strategies to meet the time of day:
"Distance is a very big factor as well. In the new trailer you saw Snake riding a horse, but you can also walk to a mission or take another mode of transport. But by the time you walk to the base, it might be dark. So that ruins or changes your strategy. Equally if you go by horse it might be day still, so you have to think an execute based on the time of day too."
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