During the Spike VGAs, a new game was debuted called The Phantom Pain. Since then information surrounding the game has come out revealing that the trailer, game and fictional studio, Moby Dick was all masterminded by Hideo Kojima.
According to the current issue of Famitsu, the magazine revealed that a surprise announcement will be revealed in the next issue on December 20th related to the Metal Gear Solid franchise. Considering the trailer shown at the VGAs, more than likely the reveal in the next issue of Famitsu is related to The Phantom Pain.
During the title screen of The Phantom Pain trailer, the words Metal Gear Solid V flashes quickly. Many have speculated that the trailer could be for MGS 5, the next iteration after MGS 4.
However, Push Start Select speculates that the "V" is not the number "5" but in fact a letter which may stand for the Vita. The site also points out that the official screenshots provided by Konami oddly come in 960 x 544 resolution, which is the same resolution of the PS Vita. This is in contrast to the official screenshots from Konami for MGS: Ground Zeroes, which come in the standard resolution of 1280 x 720.
Previously, Kojima indicated that the next title he is working on will have Transferring functionality between the PS Vita and PS3.
On the official Moby Dick Studio page, this is what is written about the studio:
Moby Dick Studio is a game developing company operating out of Stockholm, Sweden. Moby Dick Studio was founded by CEO Joakim Mogren who after years of working for a major American developer brought together people out of various game studios from around the Scandinavian area to start something new.
Our goal is to deliver an uncompromising, exciting and touching game experience to people all around the globe.
As revealed earlier this week, "Joakim" is an anagram for Kojima and "Mogren" contains the word "Ogre," which may have something to do with Project Ogre.