Cut Scene in ‘Metal Gear Solid V’ cannot be triggered unless all regional …

1 Dec 2015 | Author: | No comments yet »

Cut Scene in ‘Metal Gear Solid V’ cannot be triggered unless all regional servers are nuke free.

began a new event this past weekend, and it might be the final salvo in creator Hideo Kojima’s legacy of weaving anti-nuke messages into the Metal Gear series he created. Soon after the release of Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain on September 1, 2015, the game players came to know about a secret that requires data mining the PC version of the game. To trigger the secret nuclear disarmament event: Certain conditions related to nuclear proliferation must be met on the regional server for your corresponding gaming platform (PS4, PlayStation 3, Xbox One, Xbox 360, PC): All nuclear weapons on the regional server corresponding to your console or platform must have been dismantled. Konami, which has published the game for Microsoft Windows, PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, Xbox 360 and Xbox One, has also confirmed the news to be real. Although we do not know much about the event – we do know that it revolves around nuclear weapons – Konami Japan said that the conditions are very strict.

Fans speculated that in order to trigger this video, all nukes had to be disposed of in the game’s online Forward Operating Base mode—a lofty, if not impossible, feat, considering the number of players online. Otherwise, while other than the most heroic of players ultimately fail trying to grab an opposing player’s nukes, the player whose stronghold remains standing continues to rake in points. But the rumors are true, that there is in fact a special event that occurs when all players in a given console region band together to remove nukes from the game.

The premise of the series, after all, is based on the threat of a walking tank that can trigger nuclear war, the titular Metal Gear, a weapon reserved for the worst villains and the most cynical sort of realpolitik. There is no clear reason why the numbers have dropped drastically, but as Forbes speculates, it could be that players have moved on from MGSV to play many of the recently released titles, and those who are left playing the game are finding it easier to go around disarming other players’ bases while they are defenseless. Still, the condition for nuclear disarmament may sound impossible because it is highly unlikely to persuade all players of a game that currently sold over 5 million copies and counting to ditch their weapons. Nonetheless, some are hypothesizing that whatever will be unlocked has been discovered — an eight-minute long cutscene that celebrates the end of all nukes in the game which is already on YouTube.

This event could be seen as a commentary on how impossible it is to completely rid the world of nukes, but also how, as impossible as that goal may be, it is a goal worth pursuing. Some may have noticed that the nearly-impossible-to-trigger event and visible anti-nuclear message attached to it bear the mark of Hideo Kojima, the beloved game director which left Konami on Oct. 19 after working with the company for nearly three decades. For instance, the Japanese video game maker recently said that it would back the idea promoted by an amputee player to design a prosthetic limb similar to Snake’s.

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