We already know that Hideo Kojima is going to be showing off his team's new Fox Engine at the Metal Gear 25th Anniversary event this week on the 30th, but will there be anything else? A new Metal Gear Solid game perhaps? I'm going to guess no, but on this week's Kojima Productions podcast Chris Jones, claimed that the "industry's gonna be shook" by what's presented there.
Kojima will be presenting at least one new game at the event (a game that will connect people, apparently) but that's unlikely to be Metal Gear Solid 5. I'd imagine that Jones is most likely just referring to visual fidelity of the new Fox Engine, and what's possible with it.
"[A] lot of things to look forward to next week, not just for fans," said Jones, "but I think the industry's gonna be shook by what we're going to be able to present here."
That to me suggests that it's not an actual product that will shake the industry, but the technology itself. Regardless, I'm excited to see precisely what is shown at the event. Even if no games are shown, I'm always keen to see precisely what Kojima and his team thinks the future of video games will look like. I'll be watching.