Metal Gear Solid V The Phantom Pain – Nuclear Disarmament Cutscene Unlocked On Steam

Metal Gear Solid V The Phantom Pain – Nuclear Disarmament Cutscene Unlocked On Steam
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Nuclear Disarmament scene is a special cinematic from the Metal Gear Solid V The Phantom Pain that is normally unlocked and played when every single nuclear weapon on a game’s server is dismantled. However, the scene was unlocked on Steam even though, there is no sign for the following chapter, Chapter 3: Peace.

Nuclear Disarmament cutscene was unlocked on Steam

For the last two years and a half, the nuclear weapons numbers on all platforms have fluctuated but never reached to zero.

Last week’s statistics on Steam showed thousands of active nukes for the PC version of the Metal Gear Solid V The Phantom Pain. Surprisingly, a couple of days ago, the Nuclear Disarmament scene was unlocked and played on Steam.

No one knows what did happen but some rumors lead to Konami which, supposedly, made some changes in the triggering of the cinematic. However, Konami has been asked to look into this strange situation for the game’s fans.

Konami replied

The Konami developers took a look on this case and replied today that, indeed, the nukes numbers didn’t reach to zero but still didn’t offer any info about how the Nuclear Disarmament scene has unlocked. They promise the keep us updated on this problem.

About Metal Gear Solid V

Konami’s Metal Gear Solid V The Phantom Pain is an open-world action-adventure video game that has been released in 2015 on all the major platforms, namely Microsoft Windows, PS4, Xbox One, Xbox 360, and PS3.

The game was very well received by the gamers and game critics and got maximum ratings on the majority of major gaming sites:

  • IGN – 10/10
  • GameSpot – 10/10
  • OXM (UK) – 10/10

The game is still played and well appreciated even today, almost 3 years later since it has been launched.

As with the Nuclear Disarmament scene, we’ll wait and see what does Konami have to say about it.


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