Metal Gear Collection 2014 Isn't A New Game Compilation Pack, It's A Clothing Line
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During the Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain presentation at the Tokyo Game Show, Konami officially announced the Metal Gear Collection 2014, after Hideo Kojima teased a reveal last week. It's not a new video game compilation pack, but rather a clothing line.
Polygon reports that the Metal Gear Collection 2014 will feature clothing items designed for men and women, including shoes and accessories. As you might expect, the clothing and accessories are mostly camouflage-based and feature the Foxhound logo.
We also got a look at a special-edition white Metal Gear Solid V PlayStation 4, a snake action figure, an iDroid-inspired smartphone case, and even a posable replica of Snake's prosthesis from the game.
It's unclear when the Metal Gear Collection 2014 will go on sale. But if you just can't wait to buy clothing based on the popular series, third-party retailer Musterbrand offers its own Metal Gear clothing line.
Regarding actual video game news, Konami released a new Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain trailer (above) during its TGS briefing and confirmed that the game will launch in 2015.
Eddie Makuch is a news editor at GameSpot, and you can follow him on Twitter @EddieMakuch
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