The Phantom Pain Gets A Companion App
If you just can't get enough of MGSV, you can take part of it with you.
Publisher Konami has announced that Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain will get a companion app, not dissimilar to the app that was available for Ground Zeroes.
The new app will let you use your phone as a legitimate second screen to look at the in-game map, and it will also allow you to listen to any music you discover when playing the game. The app works with the PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PlayStation 3 versions but not with the Xbox 360 or PC iterations, for some reason.
Who's getting it? The only companion app I ever downloaded was for last year's Assassin's Creed Unity, primarily because if you didn't participate in the app's puzzles, certain treasure boxes remained locked in the game. It was a stupid setup to start and eventually, Ubisoft ditched the idea...good move, that.
As for MGSV, it's going over very, very well with critics. Automatic Game of the Year?
Related Game(s): Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain
8/25/2015 9:36:44 PM Ben Dutka