While at Kodami the ax fell to the last titles signed by Hideo Kojima: Metal Gear Solid V’s various online services: The Phantom Pain was gradually ‘well oiled’ by PS3 and Xbox 360. Calendar. First, as of today, the game’s single player mode micro transfers are no longer available on these two platforms, then it’s DLC’s mode Metal Gear Online Must leave shopping stores by November 30th. Online modes (basic invasion in single player mode and competitive multiplayer mode) will definitely retire on May 31, 2022.
For The Phantom Pain, if only the PS3 and Xbox 360 versions were affected by this change, it would not be the same as Ground Zero: the Japanese publisher really meant it By another press release The game’s online services will also be discontinued from next May 31, but at the same time for PS4, PS3, Xbox One and Xbox 360 (the PC version obviously doesn’t bother). As a reminder, the game, released in early 2014, does not offer real online mode, but a simple ranking to compare players’ tasks time and scores, so as not to have too much impact on the performance of the title.
However, Ground Zeros and The Phantom Pain can still be played offline after infected servers have been shut down, and Konami reserves the right to advance or postpone previously announced dates. What is a shame is that the online base is in invasion mode MGSV: DPP The main interest was in providing an opportunity for the whole world to cooperate in disarming those equipped with nuclear missiles. And if the players are able to destroy the number of atoms on a platform, a special codeine Then opened, Shows the different heroes of the game living in a quiet world.
Currently on the PS3, it will only be availableAbout thirty missiles must be disarmed Unless online mode disappears on PS3 and Xbox 360 (against several thousand on PS4 and PC), this cutoff will no longer open in these versions of the game. The Countdown has already begun, however, as the brave warriors clean up before it is too late.
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