Metal Gear Solid V’s Definitive Edition, that includes Ground Zeroes, The Phantom Pain, and all DLC for both games, is now ignored to $30 on Amazon. Metal Gear Online, a multiplayer mode for The Phantom Pain, is also enclosed in a package.
The bonus relates to a PlayStation 4 or Xbox One versions; two-day shipping is giveaway with a Prime membership. The package, which creatively came out in Oct 2016, routinely sells for $50.
Here are links to sequence a diversion from Amazon:
The Definitive Edition does not come with a Mission 51 video from The Phantom Pain’s collector’s edition, that featured Snake venturing to an island to lane down dual characters whose fates are left open during a finish of The Phantom Pain. You can review some-more about that here.
The Phantom Pain was a final diversion in a Metal Gear Solid array that creator Hideo Kojima worked on before withdrawal publisher Konami. The subsequent Metal Gear diversion is Metal Gear Survive. Set in an swap star and featuring zombies, a diversion is scheduled to come out this year for PS4, Xbox One, and PC.
As for Kojima, he’s now operative on a intriguing-looking PS4 diversion Death Stranding, that facilities Norman Reedus, Mads Mikkelsen, and Guillermo del Toro.