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METAL GEAR SOLID V Players Uncover a Hidden Nuclear Disarmament Ending

METAL GEAR SOLID V Players Uncover a Hidden Nuclear Disarmament Ending

Three years after its initial release, Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain had seemingly given up all of its secrets. But over the weekend, players were surprised to see a Metal Gear V ending that had never officially been released. That’s because the ending in question required a full nuclear disarmament within the game itself, which seemed like an impossible task. But somehow, the final cut scenes played even without the complete elimination of the nukes. And in this ending, Venom Snake and his allies successfully achieved a goal that even they thought was unlikely to ever happen.

Via Polygon, the ending was triggered on the Steam version of Metal Gear Solid V, and even Konami doesn’t seem to be sure how this glitch occurred.

This ending could be seen as a parting gift from legendary game director Hideo Kojima, who left Konami shortly after Metal Gear Solid V was released. MGS V was originally supposed to have even more content, and the final seconds of this video hint where it could have gone. At the very end of this footage, Venom Snake learns someone has built a new nuclear weapon, and his mission to prevent the creation of new nukes may be even more challenging than he thought.

What do you think about Metal Gear Solid V‘s nuclear disarmament ending? Let us know in the comment section below!

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