Anticipation for “Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain” continues despite controversies linked to the game. Studio Konami has addressed a few fan queries regarding some of the game’s mechanics.
Konami announced via Twitter that gears are customizable in matches, GameSpot reported. This will enable players to have different looks when they play for different multiplayer classes. Since these gears are to be used for multiplayer matches, players cannot unlock them when they are in single-player campaign.
As far as customization of a character's gear, Konami hinted that there can be a number of variations since there will be no preset gear. Instead, gear types are classified according to the body part they will be used on. The customization designs for the gear are premade, though Konami assured that there will be a lot of available patterns.
Fans who have yet to order a copy of “Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain” may be eyeing the limited edition bundle for the PS4. The previously announced bundle also will be out in the U.K.
This limited edition PS4 is emblazoned in red and gold and has a 500GB hard drive. It comes with the Day One copy of the game, a DualShock 4 controller and in-game content such as the costume for Snake, a ballistic shield, a revolver and a digital cardboard.
According to GamesRadar, the limited edition is not the only thing coming for “Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain" as GAME also features an exclusive collector’s Day One edition. There is also an edition that only features the Collector’s Edition and the Bionic Arm, priced at about $155, which can only be preordered via GAME.
There are other PS4 bundled editions for “Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain.” The Day One Edition is the most basic bundle, priced at about $566. This edition, bundled with features such as the “MGS 5” headset, costs about $636. The “MGS 5” Bionic Arm and the collector’s edition of the game is about $714, and the “MGS 5” Collector’s Edition with Bionic arm, headset and strategy guide is about $776.