No difference between core and social games, says Kojima

Future Metal Gear titles ‘may include social features’

Metal Gear Solid may be getting social features in future games, says series creator Hideo Kojima.

Kojima spoke to CVG of a future in which the social and core markets merged, widening audiences for games through social channels.

"I don’t think social and core games are separate, both will evolve together, and at some point I feel the social side of things will converge with the core games," he said.

"I think in the future maybe Metal Gear will change in certain ways to integrate social aspects. If you look at other games on the market now you can see it’s already happening, so Metal Gear may at some point get involved."

Kojima did not go into detail, but said MGS could be improved in "lots of ways" with the addition of social features.

"I think in the future maybe Metal Gear will change in certain ways to integrate social aspects," said the developer.

"If you look at other games on the market now you can see it’s already happening, so Metal Gear may at some point get involved."

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