When Metal Gear Solid V was released, tucked away in the code was a cutscene designed to only play once every nuke in the game had been found and destroyed. Earlier today, almost five years later, that cutscene was triggered for anyone left playing on PlayStation 3.
Tomorrow, Fallout 76 and the one-of-a-kind action-RPG CrossCode are coming to Xbox Game Pass. But as life giveth, life taketh. Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain will soon depart Microsoft’s games-on-demand service.
In July 2017, Konami updated Metal Gear Solid 5: The Phantom Pain, making Ocelot playable. Now a year later, the game has been updated once again. This time, Quiet is playable.