MGS V: Ground Zeroes tendrá las misiones exclusivas liberadas en mayo

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Metal Gear Solid V: Ground Zeroes fue lanzado en cada plataforma con misiones extras exclusivas a cada una, pero a partir del próximo mes estas estarán indistintamente en cada consola. 

A partir de mayo 1 usuarios de PlayStation 3 y PlayStation 4 podrán disfrutar gratuitamente de la misión Jamais-Vu, en la cual controláremos al cíborg Raiden, quien debe investigar una supuesta incursión alienígena en el campo de concentración de Ground Zeroes.

Por su lado, los usuarios de Xbox 360 y Xbox One tendrán acceso a la misión Déjà-Vu, la cual los llevará a revivir momentos del primer Metal Gear Solid, con todo y gráficos al estilo PS 1.




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KONAMI Announces New Update Coming Next Week for METAL GEAR SOLID V: GROUND ZEROES
Previously format-exclusive Jamais-Vu and MGS1 Déjà-Vu missions now available across all formats
Konami Digital Entertainment B.V. has detailed a key update to its METAL GEAR SOLID V: GROUND ZEROES title for PlayStation®4, Xbox One, PlayStation®3 and Xbox 360, which unlocks previously format-exclusive elements to all users.

Available on May 1st, the free update gives PlayStation®3 and PlayStation®4 users access to the ‘Jamais-Vu mission’, which was previously only available within the Xbox One and Xbox 360 editions. The Jamais-Vu mission re-introduces METAL GEAR RISING: REVENGEANCE star, Raiden, to the series, in a special mission set within METAL GEAR SOLID V: GROUND ZEROES’ containment camp.

The new mission sees Raiden charged with investigating an alleged alien incursion, where – forgoing his famed katana blade – he is dropped on the edge of the camp, and must gain access and secure firm evidence of the alien presence. The aliens – dubbed ‘Snatchers’ by the intelligence group – are externally disguised as camp guards, but produce an inhuman X-Ray when tagged using the iDroid app or Raiden’s binoculars. Raiden must locate and eliminate the alien imposters while evading capture by the unaware humans charged with guarding the base.

Conversely, Xbox One and Xbox 360 users will also be able to access the previously Sony-exclusive ‘MGS1 Déjà-Vu mission’ when they update. The MGS1 Déjà-Vu mission celebrates the heritage of the acclaimed METAL GEAR SOLID series by creating a bespoke mission that harks back to the series’ first 3D entry. The mission visually references key events from the original PS one™ classic and tasks the user with reproducing famous scenes from the original METAL GEAR SOLID. As players recreate these iconic moments, a flashback system reproduces the original reduced polygon graphical style of the original game and introduces familiar enemies and recognisable weather conditions for added authenticity.

These new stages further enhance the replay value of METAL GEAR SOLID V: GROUND ZEROES. The missions tie in perfectly with the game’s 1975 setting and expand on the game’s basis as being a prologue to the forthcoming METAL GEAR SOLID V: THE PHANTOM PAIN. Additionally, Kojima Productions has also used this update to improve display items and menu aberration.

As first part of the METAL GEAR SOLID V experience, METAL GEAR SOLID V: GROUND ZEROES focuses on the legendary Big Boss – a stealth operative – as he infiltrates a secret Cuban prison base called ‘Camp Omega’ on a rescue mission. Alone behind enemy lines, the game reveals a total freedom of movement within its missions, with users choosing how they engage guards, the route they pick, and which prisoners they rescue. The game’s unique open world and many possibilities encourage the player to revisit its content again and again to discover its secrets and features an online global ranking system where players can compare their achievements against others. It also has unique second-screen elements, via the free iDroid app, which allow users to sync maps, summon air support and use found cassettes on a linked iOS, Android or Smart Glass system.

METAL GEAR SOLID V: GROUND ZEROES has already been hailed as one of the key games of 2014. It is available now at a suggested retail price of £29.99 in both physical and digital forms for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, and £29.99 for the physical PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 editions or £19.99 for digital versions.