That’s certainly one way to get people back into MGS V, especially with all the Fallout 4 excitement starting to dissipate (albeit slowly). Not only is the event divided by region, but platform as well. So it’s co-operative and competitive at the same time.
Revolver Ocelot, the eccentric gunfighter of the Metal Gear series, returned as a rather calm and reasonable figure in Metal Gear Solid V. He changed a lot. But for some people on YouTube, such as Lakitouille, it wasn’t enough.
Last week, the website GameSpot reported that there was a paywall on Metal Gear Solid V‘s PVP mode. Turns out that’s not true. Let’s cut through the misinformation and clear up exactly how Konami is trying to get your money here.