Italian Neurosurgeon Files Complaint against Metal Gear Solid 5 Trailer While Upcoming Silent Hills Gets Cancelled, More Details Here

The report that Konami has cancelled the release of Silent Hill has now been confirmed and the upcoming game Metal Gear Solid 5: The Phantom Pain is under fire.  Earlier Konami and Hideo Kojima claimed that this game will push through in spite of parting ways. However it’s not clear whether the latest highly-anticipated installment in this action-adventure stealth-video game franchise will feature a change in its release date. People are expecting that due to the latest controversies, a change in release date might be in order.

Meanwhile, Dr. Sergio Canavero, an Italian-based neurosurgeon who is also first human to attempt a head transplant, filed a complaint against the makers of Metal Gear Solid 5: The Phantom Pain. It seems that the official trailer released by Konami around three years back featured a doctor who clearly resembles Sergio but has nothing to do with his works as a neurosurgeon. However, presently Dr. Canavero has learned about the trailer and wishes to go to the bottom of it.

The official police report of the doctor filed against the said trailer has now been revealed. According to the report, on 19th April 2015, the good doctor received an email from UK via a redacted account, which further contained a link directing him to the trailer of the upcoming Metal Gear Solid 5: The Phantom Pain. It was produced by Konami in Japan, hence people are still wondering as to how such a thing is possible.

According to Dr. Canavero, the trailer features a doctor with his exact physical resemblance and a series of very violent scenes. According to him, the developers digitized an authentic video of him, procured from one of his TED conference talks. He further added that he doesn’t have any suspects. He added nothing except his willingness to proceed against the people responsible for the ‘facts explained here’. According to him, the judicial authority will observe them as crimes.