SPOILERS AHEAD! Be aware the following article remains spoiler free but the embedded video has MASSIVE spoilers. Watch at your own risk!
In what appears to be an odd move from publisher Konami and developer Kojima Productions, the exclusive Collector’s Edition Blu-ray containing behind the scenes footage and a insight into the making of Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain has revealed the true ending to the game, wrapping up a major plot point that as it stands remains unresolved.
The video on YouTube below has been taken from the Blu-ray for all to see, and includes the final 6 missions in the game which could not be finished due to either time constraints or the game running out of funding, reasons which at this point aren’t clear. The clip shows a series of concept art images of scenes that where never created in the FOX Engine as well as a cut scene that hasn’t had the developer go over its final passes fixing effects, frames and lip sync as is evidenced in the video. The video also states that the content is 30% complete.
Why the publisher would chose to show this remains a mystery and I am sure, will anger a lot of fans as the game currently has some large plot points that remain unanswered when the final credits roll. At this stage there has been no word from Konami about the content but I’m sure it’s only a matter of time before they have to answer for what is apparently Hideo Kojima’s swansong as he was reported to have been fired from Konami earlier this year. Any more information and we will update you.