Metal Gear Solid V: Ground Zeroes turned out to be a relatively short game. However according to its producer, Hideo Kojima, they designed Ground Zeroes to be a replayable game, meaning that gamers were supposed to go over the game more than once, as opposed to putting their controllers down after they were done with the first run.

Ground Zeroes was also meant to be a prequel to the next installment which is going to be Metal Gear Solid V: Phantom Pain, which apparently will be a lot longer than its predecessor. The game was demoed behind closed doors at E3 2014 which took place last month, and if you were wondering how the game looks like, you will be pleased to learn that footage from the game has made its way onto YouTube.

Previously the game had been lived-streamed by Konami themselves where the game was played on the PlayStation 4, but in case you missed it due to work or you simply forgot, you can catch up by checking out the video above. The footage will show the game being played in 1080p resolution at 60fps (which is a new feature of YouTube introduced not too long ago), and based on what we can see, it looks pretty damn sweet.

The footage is a little over 30 minutes long, so if you have some time to spare, you’ll want to pull up a chair, grab yourself a drink and some snacks, and enjoy! Now for those who have seen it, what do you guys think? Are you excited for the upcoming game?

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