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Shit Casual | December 16, 2017

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Punished David Hayter Signs with Microsoft | Shit Casual

Punished David Hayter Signs with Microsoft

David Hayter signs with Microsoft following his posthumous career being Solid Snake.


Fans worldwide were disappointed when David Hayter was excluded from Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain any possible mentioning by Hideo Kojima at Sony this week. Frustrated by the lack of communication, Hayter decided to turn the tables by signing on with Microsoft. Introduced by an English-speaking Phil Spencer, David Hayter took the opportunity to share the news.


“Kept you waiting, huh? Let’s just say that my contract was under binding authority. Now that I’m a free-agent, I’ll be signing all deals with Microsoft. Expect to see more of me soon. Huh!”



Punished Venom Hayter

Hayter’s future contributions are unknown at this time. His absence in the recent Metal Gear Solid game might have left him rusty in the acting department. But thankfully his screenwriting and recent directorial debut of Wolves will be more than enough creatively. Hayter did reassure fans that after years of learning CQC and hiding under big boxes, he’s up for more action roles. Phil Spencer looked on with giddy eyes and a proud smile. No doubt the current head of Xbox is eager to work with Hayter.



“Xbox is a home for everybody, especially David,” Spencer said. “I don’t want to spoil any surprises, but let’s just say you may be looking at a new phoenix, and, or chief. Rest assured, he will be utilized respectively from the tomb.”


What could this mean? Perhaps Microsoft is preparing to launch something that’s been in the works for over a year now. Given Master Chief’s minimal role in Halo 5, and Marcus Fenix absent from Gears of War 4 gameplay, it stands within reason that David Hayter could be taking over all Xbox primary roles, even Lara Croft in Tomb Raider.


Could Hayter voice all three roles?

Where do you see Hayter fit at Microsoft? Join us on Twitter for the discussion. You could also follow David Hayter’s active Twitter page right here for more information.