Remember how hyped we were when Konami announced that they will launch Metal Gear Solid V: Phantom Pain? Well, it seems that Konami wants to keep on rolling. Recently they declared that they even manage to thrown in some Easter Eggs for all Metal Gear fans out there, one of them being the anti-nuclear event. This article will show you how to trigger the anti-nuke event in Phantom Pain.
Before we get into details, there is only one thing left to be straighten out. In order to successfully activate this game trigger, there will have to a massive collaboration from all players playing on the same server. Meaning, that for one person it is physically impossible to unlock this feature.
As a courtesy towards its fans, Konami even posted a list on their website, detailing what the players are required to do in order to unlock the extra feature. So, here it goes. To be able to unlock the anti-nuke event the first thing you have to do is to be a team player.
For the event to unroll properly, the players must complete the 31st mission (whether on first try or after 33 repeats, that’s up to the player). The list goes on saying that there must be a complete nuclear disarming all over the server, meaning that the players must not be in the possession of a nuclear device. Moreover, the player must not try to develop tactical nuclear devices. All the aspects regarding nuclear disarmament, will vary from server to server, but the idea remains quite the same: no nukes and building nukes is a big no-no.
The last condition that has to be met in order to trigger the anti-nuke special event is that all nuclear devices must be dismantled. There you go. This is the complete list of outrageous conditions that must be met in order to play Konami’s special. In order to give the players a little incentive, the game developers said that this is not your typical extra cutscene or level. Moreover, it would seem that the extra event will have Hideo Kojima’s name written all over it.
The remaining question is: can it be done? Can the players work out their differences and play together in order to unlock this cool new feature. Kojima thinks it can be done and he even said that he truly believes that all gamers can work together for a common goal.