Metal Gear Solid 5 The Phantom Pain Nuclear Disarmament: Konami Announces Nukes Per Platform

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Questions regarding the achievability of the Metal Gear Solid 5 The Phantom Pain nuclear disarmament ending can now be put to rest as Konami?s announcement has revealed that players are now inching towards attaining the secret cutscene. Those gaming on the Xbox One has a high chance of disarming all nuclear arms in the game while those on PC still have a long way to go.

As of November 25, the amount of nuclear weapons owned by players has plummeted to three digits on the PS4 and PS3. There are still nearly 100 gamers on the Xbox 360 and Xbox One who haven?t dismantled their nuclear weapons. Here?s the November 25 figures from Konami:

  • PS4: 352
  • PS3: 250
  • Xbox One: 96
  • Xbox 360: 85
  • PC (Steam): 15,691

The numbers have drastically improved compared to November 1. Most platforms then had more than a thousand nuclear weapons except for those on Xbox One. Here?s the November 1 figures:

  • PS4: 2,761
  • PS3: 1,685
  • Xbox One: 525
  • Xbox 360: 1,011
  • PC (Steam): 15,691

How To Participate In Nuclear Disarmament Event

Players must first complete all four strict conditions in order to successfully complete the disarmament event. Once all the conditions have been met on your regions? gaming platform, the special MGS5 TPP nuclear disarmament cutscene will be triggered. Here are all the conditions according to Konami:

  • You must have completed Mission 31
  • You must not own or be currently developing a nuclear weapon. If you have any nukes in stock, you must dismantle them.
  • Certain conditions related to nuclear proliferation must be met on the regional server for your corresponding gaming platform (PlayStation?4, PlayStation?3, Xbox One, Xbox 360?, PC(Steam?))
  • All nuclear weapons on the regional server corresponding to your console or platform must have been dismantled. In other words, the amount of nukes on your platform?s server must be equal to 0.

Konami says that they will provide updates regularly on the amount of nukes per platform on the official Metal Gear Solid 5 The Phantom Pain Twitter account.

Sources: Konami via Gameranx

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