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No Quiet in your party? 

 


This how Birthday Easter egg will look with Quiet. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Also you need to get Max bond with her to trigger this. 

 

Follow this guide on to get Quiet back after Quiet Exit mission.

 

http://m.ign.com/wikis/metal-gear-solid-5-the-phantom-pain/How_to_Get_Quiet_Back

 
 

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That actually wasn't my video, but I have saved the recording on the console. I did get Quiet's part too; that was funny to be honest. 

 

At first, I was kind of shocked at what was happening when I reached the mother base and how they even manage to pull it off. Then I went online only to realize how our character creation at the start shaped this moment up. Hats off to the MGS Team for having this planted in the game.

 

On a side note, I also got invaded on my FOB while all this was going down. Tried to go into the defensive mode and it failed to connect. Got invaded by 2 players in the past 2 days and lost a good amount of resources. Thankfully, I saved up enough to fully beef up my 2nd FOB. Not even going to bother with building anymore FOB's as the resource requirements are atrocious. But it's fun to drop in every now and then to just run through some random mission and keep extracting those 'S' rank soldiers just for the kick of it.

 

I absolutely dig the Raiden costume and man that sprint boost, WOW! 

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  • 4 years later...

BUMP

 

Going through my backlog and have finally started this game. Would appreciate some tips as I'm finding it difficult.

 

I'm on the first mission after the world opens up. (After you go to mother base for first time). The supressor gets over really quick. There's barely any ammo in the tranq. If i knock out enemies they wake up pretty quickly.

 

 Something I've not tried yet is killing enemies while grappling them. Probably should do that. And use box more. 

 

 

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9 hours ago, dylanjosh said:

BUMP

 

Going through my backlog and have finally started this game. Would appreciate some tips as I'm finding it difficult.

 

I'm on the first mission after the world opens up. (After you go to mother base for first time). The supressor gets over really quick. There's barely any ammo in the tranq. If i knock out enemies they wake up pretty quickly.

 

 Something I've not tried yet is killing enemies while grappling them. Probably should do that. And use box more. 

 

It's been way too long since I completed this game. What platform are you playing on? What's your preferred playstyle? Stealth or Rambo?

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16 hours ago, dylanjosh said:

BUMP

 

Going through my backlog and have finally started this game. Would appreciate some tips as I'm finding it difficult.

 

I'm on the first mission after the world opens up. (After you go to mother base for first time). The supressor gets over really quick. There's barely any ammo in the tranq. If i knock out enemies they wake up pretty quickly.

 

 Something I've not tried yet is killing enemies while grappling them. Probably should do that. And use box more. 

 

 

Just wait till you get the fultons. The game will become way easier. If I recall correctly, I used just the upgraded tranq gun and fultons for the majority of the game. Oh and your buddies who you'll meet later in the game are incredibly useful too.

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10 hours ago, dylanjosh said:

PC - Stealth 

 

In the beginning, you'll have very limited resources and stealth is truly the preferred tactic. These are the few things that really ended up helping me during my playthroughs:

 

- Always use your binoculars to scope out your target location. This is very important as it helps you tag the enemies permanently. 

- Grab the D-Dog in episode 4. He'll be useful buddy as a source of distraction.

- Deploy at night as you'll have more stealth cover and lesser chance of being detected. 

- If you're low on ammo, use CQC (melee takedown) to takeout the enemies quietly. 

- Focus on upgrading your equipment ASAP. Priorities should be your scope and Fulton ability. In weapons, since we're going stealth, WU S. Pistol. Once you have enough GMP, get an M200-D snipe and work your way up it's tree to unlock the non-lethal version. 

- Speaking of fulton, it's possibly the best tool you'll get early on. You'll need this combined with the scope upgrade that not only tags enemies but also shows their skill ranks which are in this order S++ > S+ > S > A++ > A+ > A > B > C > D > E. It's mostly RNG, so just be sure to scope out the base and grab the soldiers which have extremely high ranks in the area. This all adds to your motherbase's department improvement. You can manually assign each enemy per their respective ranking to their area of expertise or the game can do it for you.

- There is a side Ops to grab a Russian interpreter, do that one so that you can get some useful info out of the Russian soldiers you sneak up on and hold them up for intel. 

- Login daily to grab the online rewards. I'm not sure if it's daily or weekend thing, but it used to give some free resource or bonus GMP just for logging in.

- Look up for a video on farming resource on a mission called 'Occupation forces'. This will give you a good amount of resources early on. 

 

You'll just need to hold out till you unlock the FOB component of the game, I believe it unlocks at mission 22. That's when the real fun begins with the online component, which I highly recommend. It should allow for the easiest GMP and resource farm in the game. I did it very late I think, but it was worth it. We'll get to that once you reach that point, but for now just explore the areas, have a lot of patience and you'll be fine. 

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2 minutes ago, dylanjosh said:

Thank you. But whats Fulton? Is that the balloon that carries people away?

 

Correct, that's the one. You'll need to keep upgrading it to extract soldiers and later even heavy vehicles. 

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5 hours ago, dylanjosh said:

This is turning out to be really repetitive and tedious. Thinking of uninstalling tbh 

 

 

Its as repetitive and tedious as you make it imo

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6 hours ago, dylanjosh said:

This is turning out to be really repetitive and tedious. Thinking of uninstalling tbh 

 

it is and there is no payoff to the story. its not even sequel baiting but just incomplete. & few of the missions in chapter 2 are the exact same as the ones in chapter 1 with few modifiers. 

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4 minutes ago, KnackChap said:

 

it is and there is no payoff to the story. its not even sequel baiting but just incomplete. & few of the missions in chapter 2 are the exact same as the ones in chapter 1 with few modifiers. 

 

Does the location change at least? I feel like there are 10 or so outposts and Im going to the same ones everytime. I'm actually enjoying the -actual- missions ie after helicopter lands and before you get into it back. 

 

Everything surrounding that is a complete drag though. 

 

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1 hour ago, dylanjosh said:

 

Does the location change at least? I feel like there are 10 or so outposts and Im going to the same ones everytime. I'm actually enjoying the -actual- missions ie after helicopter lands and before you get into it back. 

 

Everything surrounding that is a complete drag though. 

 

there's a jungle map in africa and the 3rd one was cut from the final game. 

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16 hours ago, dylanjosh said:

This is turning out to be really repetitive and tedious. Thinking of uninstalling tbh 

I would still suggest to play through the end of the story where I am sure you are gonna stare at the screen for few seconds at the big twist and then facepalm(if the ending is not spoiled for you). 
 

There are few neat sequences in the end though. The one on the mother base plus the metal gear boss fight comes to mind. 

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18 hours ago, dylanjosh said:

This is turning out to be really repetitive and tedious. Thinking of uninstalling tbh 

The gameplay loop is one of the best. If you are disappointed with the story, just keep playing.

 

11 hours ago, dylanjosh said:

 

Does the location change at least? I feel like there are 10 or so outposts and Im going to the same ones everytime. I'm actually enjoying the -actual- missions ie after helicopter lands and before you get into it back. 

 

Everything surrounding that is a complete drag though. 

 

Africa baby! Play more side missions by the way. There are ways to skip certain repetitive cutscenes. You can upgrade the helicopter to get you to places faster. Did you know you could play all the different cassettes that you collect whenever you want? Even during missions? Have you met Quiet? Bet she would make the game less...boring for you. There are so many cool things man. Did you know you could meet Paz from Peace Walker/Ground Zeroes? I won't argue that the story is great but there are a lot of fun and cool missions and the gameplay is just top tier.

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