Metal Gear Solid 5 The Phantom Pain Ending: How To Get The Best Scene That Concludes The Franchise, As Hard As Striving For World Peace

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After it was revealed that the Metal Gear Solid 5 The Phantom Pain ending was removed, fans were angered as the they found the conclusion included in the retail game to be lackluster. Fans, however, will be pleased to know that they can get a fitting conclusion for the series as they can get the hidden triumphant nuke Metal Gear Solid 5: The Phantom Pain ending cutscene. Getting it, however, won?t be easy and people may never get it by conventional means.

How To Get The Special MGS5 TPP Ending Scene (Spoilers)

If you?re planning to get the special ending via the honest and legitimate way, you may never be able to see it. According to Kotaku, no one has yet gotten the special scene and it might be impossible to get it unless you crack the game?s files. Here?s the special hidden cutscene:

Why Getting The Hidden Scene Is Impossible

As of writing there are only theories and speculations on how to get the ending as no one knows how to get the scene. Based on the special scene itself, however, many speculated that users have to disable all the nukes online.

Special ending message

MGS5 TPP Nuke Disarment Ending

How hard is disabling all the nukes? Well, let?s just say it?s as hard as making the world we live in today a nuke-free place. Aside from the fact that there are thousands of players online, it is also tempting to use nukes because you can easily blast your enemy when someone invades your base, Kotaku reported. The only possible way that all the nukes in the game can be disabled is if everyone personally disable it themselves and if you luck from a period of time that people stops building nukes.

In order to built nukes, you must first finish chapter 1: Awakening.? Building nukes costs 750,000 GMP, 75,000 Fuel Resources, and 50,000 Minor Metal. It?ll take you a total of 27 hours for the development of the nuclear weapon to finish.

Metal Gear Solid Nuke

Cost requirements to build a nuke. Image courtesy of Kotaku.

Have you already gotten this hidden scene? Metal Gear Solid 5: The Phantom Pain is available for PS4, Xbox One, PS3, Xbox 360 and PC. The competitive multiplayer feature of the game, Metal Gear Online, will be freely made available this October 6 on consoles.

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