While Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain has no official release date, the trailers that have been released gives a peek into the game. This newest iteration by Hideo Kojima stands apart from his other installments in that it would be the first to work with English-speaking stuntmen and actors in the original production of MGSV (instead of being post-translated from Japanese to English by Konami).
Much of the hoopla is over the fact that Kiefer Sutherland was chosen by Kojima to take on both voice acting and motion capturing for Solid Snake instead of David Hayter reprising his role.
But not as much attention has been given to MGSV’s main heroine of the game, a sniper who may or may not just give Sniper Wolf a run for her money. Dutch model Stephanie Joonsten lent her digitized likeness to create Kojima’s newest character, Quiet.
Now some of you might be thinking, “purdy, but why on the imfdb blog?“
Well because aside from just providing the likeness of herself physically, Miss Stefanie also did military training sessions with the rest of the actors using rifles.
Kojima wanted the actors to have firearms training so that the 3D motion capture of them using guns would be as accurate as possible in-game.
Of course, several rifles are spotted in the trailers for MGSV as well.