A video has been released detailing what the create-a-character mode looks like in Kojima Productions’ Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain. For people who didn’t already purchase and start playing the game, you can take a look at what you’re missing out on.
Gaming website This Gen Gaming has a six minute video featuring the character creation process in Metal Gear Solid V. You can check out the video below.
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The character creator is extremely in depth. You can choose your skin color, your hair style, your hair color, your eye type, your face type, your nose type, your jaw, your cheeks, your eyebrows and even the wrinkles and scars on your face. It’s very in depth.
The main image to this article shows what kind of handsome monstrosity you can come up with, and that mug almost looks like Le Chiffre from Casino Royale took a vacation with Bear Grylls and then took grooming tips from Chuck Norris.
You can see more of the character creation in action following the game’s prologue with YouTuber HoseTacoRicoQuesadilloMondilloJones providing nearly 10 minutes of the character creation function and a few more options on display. Check it out below.
Metal Gear Solid 5 The Phantom Pain Prologue Awakening Part 2 walkthrough gameplay lets play playthrough Character Creation HoseTacoRico
Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain is currently available for the PS3, PS4, Xbox 360, Xbox One and PC.
There is some controversy brewing over the game’s microtransactions, so we’ll see how that all pans out. At least Gamespot had the balls to call out Konami on it… well, Danny O’Dyer did, at least.
You can grab a digital copy of Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain right now or get duped into paying $60 for a physical copy, which on PC is actually just a digital copy…
Contents on disc for the physical retail PC version of #MGSVTPP: – Steam installer (8.78 MB) And… nothing else.pic.twitter.com/TcFskpSZ8O
This is supposedly Kojima’s final game with Konami and if it’s over silly tactics like the microtransactions and the Steam installer hiding on the disc in place of actual game content, almost like Donald Trump hiding in plain sight within the Republican party to make them look bad enough to force everyone with an ounce of sanity to vote for the Democrats next election, then it’s completely understandable.