Kojima posts picture of GDC trailer, file is named ‘TPP’

Hideo Kojima has posted a photo on his Twitter of the trailer he is unveiling at GDC, in which he pointed out the lens flare (in another Tweet he noted lens flares would be a part of the credits in the GDC trailer).

The picture can be seen below (click to enlarge).

Kojima-GDC-Trailer

What is especially notable here is the name of the trailer: TPP_GDC2013_720p_ESRB. The first part, ‘TPP’, sounds all too much like a abbreviation for The Phantom Pain. The others stand for Game Developers Conference 2013, 720p resolution, and ESRB is the rating system for software entertainment in the US.

We can also see that the trailer is several minutes long, it looks like it’s about 5:43:44, but it’s hard to say for sure due to the quality of the picture.

Thirdly, this project seems to have a lot of different layers, so it may feature dialogue as well, though this is just pure speculation.

And here’s another picture of the sound check for the GDC trailer.

Kojima-GDC-Trailer-Mix

Source: Hideo Kojima Twitter

  • Kraid

    Haha, aw man he’s not even trying to hide it anymore!

  • ObsessedGeorge

    Shit, this man has played me like a ball! πŸ™‚

    • Nyxus

      “Played like a violin.” Drebin, MGS4.

      • ObsessedGeorge

        Oh right, how did i forget that? πŸ˜‰

  • Mortal Machado

    Can’t wait!!!

  • I don’t think it’s over 5 minutes, if you look closely the current frame is around the 1:04 mark, which is about halfway on the seek bar. So over 2 minutes, and probably half of that is text popping up on the screen πŸ˜‰

    • ObsessedGeorge

      Keen eye! Nice!

  • CVC

    I would be more surprised if it The Phantom Pain isn’t MGS5 then if it was.

    • ObsessedGeorge

      I want to believe that The Phantom Pain is MGS Ground Zeroes. I don’t want it to be a 2nd MGS game cause that will probably mean that the games are pilot episodes like Kojima said he will put in effect. I don’t like that.

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