In Metal Gear Solid V: Phantom Pain, there is a cutscene that only runs when your server reaches complete nuclear disarmament – meaning that no one on your gaming platform has or develops any nuclear weapons on their forward operating base. It’s a cutscene that requires global collaboration, and now, five years later, it’s been done by a group of players.
Reddit LoneQuacker highlighted the success and released the cutscene he played for PS3 players after reaching complete disarmament. According to his description, the video posted by “Steff” is “brought by anti nuke gang”.
You can watch the cutscene below to see if it raises any hopes. “I thought this day would never come,”; says Snake Kiefer Sutherland, almost on stage. We did not do that at this point either.
Cutscén had actually been launched once before in the computer version of the game, but this was not to be the case because the premise was not met. The PS3 version would have a much smaller installation base than most other versions – the PS4, Xbox One and PC versions far outperformed the retail Xbox 360 and PS3 versions.
Phantom Pain would eventually be the final game of Metal Gear Solid by creator Hideo Kojima. His latest game Death Stranding, recently released on PC after launching in 2019 on PS4.
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