Konami has says Metal Gear Solid 5 doesn’t have missing ending because the fans speculated. Furthermore, Konami will not be developing the Metal Gear Solid 5 The Phantom Discomfort Mission 51 right now. Will Chapter 3 and Mission 51 happen in the near future?

Definitive Experience Hope

Lately, Konami introduced the Metal Gear Solid 5 Definitive Experience contains both Ground Zeroes and also the Phantom Discomfort. Furthermore, the Definitive Experience bundle includes the sport DLCs for games. Because of the rush of additional DLC, fans wished this Definitive Experience would hold any news around the Metal Gear Solid 5 The Phantom Discomfort Mission 51 or perhaps the game’s missing Chapter 3.

As located on the state Metal Gear Twitter, Konami appears to exhibit no real interest in ongoing growth and development of  Metal Gear Solid 5 The Phantom Discomfort Mission 51. Formerly, fans discovered  more files concerning the incomplete Mission 51 within the game’s files. Mission 51 “Kingdom from the Flies” results in a boss fight against Eli and Sahelanthropus. Using these tweets, gamers might not see Metal Gear Solid 5 The Phantom Discomfort Mission 51 happening in the near future.

“Missing Content”

Storywise, this mission provides closure towards the Metal Gear Solid 5 story between Venom Snake and Eli. The mission’s inclusion hanging around would have the ability to canonize Eli or famously referred to as Liquid Snake. While Mission 51 exists within the game’s files, being crawled from the game implies that the mission never happened within the game’s story whatsoever. Regardless of the fans protecting that Mission 51 is required within the game’s ending, Mission 46 “ The Person Who Offered The World” effectively concludes the sport but doesn’t tie Phantom Pain’s connection to another games cleanly.

Combined with the missing Metal Gear Solid 5 The Phantom Discomfort Mission 51, the game’s third chapter “Peace” can also be noted to become missing hanging around. Fans observe that these missing content may fill the present Metal Gear Solid 5’s missing story right now. However, developing these missing content may well be a longshot because the game’s director Hideo Kojima already left the organization. Lastly, Konami is getting to develop Metal Gear Survive, making these missing content highly unlikely to be released later on.