Details about the next film by Metal Gear they are vague but, as far as we know, it is actually working and behind it there is the director of Kong: Skull Island, Jordan Vogt-Roberts. We also know that Vogt-Roberts is a big fan of the series and takes every opportunity to make sure everyone knows about it.

The most recent example comes from a series of tweets. On Friday he stressed that Metal Gear was released 31 years ago and to celebrate the occasion he shared some of his favorite fan art. He also collaborated with actor Paul Eiding, who played Colonel Campbell in the series, to create a codec-style conversation that described in detail what Vogt-Roberts is doing with his twitter thread.

Through Campbell's voice, Vogt-Roberts also clarifies: "We must emphasize that these are 'fan art' and are not meant to represent what is or is not in the upcoming film".

It also suggests the arrival of "surprises", almost certainly linked to the upcoming film. We just have to wait.