It was used in Metal Gear Solid V: Ground Zeroes, but since it was such a short game it could not be used to its full potential. What am I talking about? The Fulton Recovery system, of course! Today the Kojima Station featured two more additional minutes of Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain gameplay footage as E3 2014 begins its final day in the sun.
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Not only do we get to see more of Snake traversing the open-world desert that The Phantom Pain has come to know and love, but we get to see our hero bring back as many people and things possible to Mother Base. It makes sense to draw out enemy combatants, knock them out and use them as valuable assets going forward, but what do you think the Diamond Dogs will need a live goat for? At least Snake also brings back a huge shipping crate worth of goods, with the seemingly-light use of only one Fulton recovery device.
Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain will be coming to the PS4, Xbox One, PS3 and Xbox 360. Check out the now-officially-released English trailer here. We’ll be here all week covering the news and gameplay demos surrounding E3 2014, so keep it here at GameSided.com to stay informed!
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