According to the Official PlayStation Magazine, in Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain, players will be able to create their own missions by using tablets and smartphones. Kojima had previously said that the reason the next entry in Metal Gear Solid series was going to be "open-world," came from his desire to use mobile devices with the game.
"All the freedom is up to you and there are no rules [like] the linear games in the past," said Kojima. The producer continued on to say "You can use smartphones and tablets to interact with the world. That's why we did an open world, because we thought about all these interactions on multiple device. Using tablets and smartphones, you can also enjoy [Metal Gear Solid 5] and create user-generated missions within the world."
In addition, according to IGN, a demo of the next-gen version of Metal Gear Solid V, running at 60 fps, will be shown at Tokyo Game Show.
Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain will be released in 2014 for PS3, PS4, Xbox 360 and Xbox One.