Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain

Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain

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Shooter | Action-Adventure

The final main entry in the Metal Gear Solid series bridges the events between Metal Gear Solid: Peace Walker and the original Metal Gear, as Big Boss wakes up from a nine-year coma in 1984 to rebuild his mercenary paradise.

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Horse Armor
Minor DLC with no randomization involved. New items, equipment, abilities, etc.

Infinite Money Hole
No upper limit on in-game purchases

Changing The Game
Content with gameplay-altering effects, buyable with real money

Time Is Money
Game allows you to pay for speedy/instant access to things that can also be gotten through gameplay

But First, You'll Need A Contract
A game-specific paid subscription service

Detailed Info

The DLC present in this game include cosmetic outfits for the main character and a companion. The other half consists of maps and taunts for the online component of the game.

MB Coins are an in-game currency for use within Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain. The player can acquire MB Coins by purchasing them online with real world money through microtransactions, or instead get them periodically for free via the Daily Logins bonus offered within The Phantom Pain.

MB Coins can be used within the main story of The Phantom Pain primarily in order to construct a Forward Operating Base for Diamond Dogs. The first Forward Operating Base is free to construct. Additional FOBs require MB Coins for constructions, however. MB Coins can also be used to accelerate online combat deployments of the Combat Unit as well as hasten the expansion of FOB platforms and development of various weapons and security devices.
Your FOBs are always at risk of coming under attack from other players - though you can spend your MB coins on "insurance". If you sign up for insurance, then during the insurance period you will be compensated for any materials and staff lost due to rival infiltrations.

FOB insurance costs 50 Coins for one day, 100 Coins for three days, 200 Coins for seven days, and 300 Coins for 14 days, with a free 3-day trial also available. Putting that in perspective, you can buy 100 MB Coins for $1 or 6000 MB Coins for $50.

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