When Metal Gear Solid V was released, tucked in code, the cutscene was designed so that he could only play once when every nuke in the game was found and destroyed. Today, almost five years later, this scene was launched for everyone who went to play on PlayStation 3.
This success was once considered almost impossible because it relied on players – who could build cores whenever they wanted – to team up to reduce the number faster than it could increase by building more (or breaking into the game).
How MGSV Nuke Watcher session, there are still more than 19,000 core bombs on this platform on the computer, while there are about 2,500 on the PS4. The base of the PS3 player my dropped to a place where it could be seriously launched, and as the video above shows, it was definitely timed on July 27 (at the time of publication Nuke Watcher has a PS3 census of about 40, it was probably built after the number that reached the day before to zero).
Of course, this isn’t the first time we’ve seen a video because it was accidentally played for PC users back in 2018which evoked an apology from Konami. But this time, it looks like the PS3 players have really made money.