Geoff Keighley has provided a tease in regards to the upcoming multiplatform video game, “The Phantom Pain,” which is suspected to be related to “Metal Gear Solid 5.” According to a message from his Twitter page on March 12, the host of Game Trailers TV disclosed that he will be interviewing Joakim Mogren, the CEO behind Moby Dick Studio. You can check out some screens from “Metal Gear Solid 5” in the slideshow at the top of this article and the comments from Geoff Keighley below:
This should be interesting: Heading off to interview Moby Dick Studio Head CEO Joakim Mogren. The Mogren interview will be on GTTV this Thurs night. He said he has something new to show me.
Moby Dick Studio is the listed developer for “The Phantom Pain.” The name, “Joakim Mogren,” was previously discovered to be an anagram of Hideo Kojima and “Project Ogre.” The debut trailer of “The Phantom Pain” also contains numerous other hints that link it to “Metal Gear Solid 5.”
Hideo Kojima disclosed in the past that he is currently working on a game with the codename of “Project Ogre” in addition to the upcoming “Metal Gear Solid: Ground Zeroes.”