Metal Gear Solid 5: The Phantom Pain has received a new patch that allows gamers to protect their Forward Operating Bases (FOBs) more efficiently. With the roll-out of the new update, users who have nuclear weapons, will be enabled to ward-off attacks more easily and reduce FOB invasion by enemies.
Confirming the roll-out, Express UK has stated that more the nuclear weaponry within a player's arsenal, the lower the probability of enemies invading FOBs. To achieve this, gamers would have to spend more time and effort to collect and integrate nuclear weapons. Another enhancement, reportedly introduced with the latest update, is the incentive for successfully infiltrating into enemy bases.
Players of Phantom Pain, which loyalists believe would be a strong contender for the Game of The Year award, can check for the latest update and enhance their gaming skills. Meanwhile, Konami, the developer of Metal Gear Solid, has revealed some more details of the upcoming November Metal Gear Online update.
Players will be auto-matched with other users belonging to the same level, and would be grouped according to gamers' highest character levels. Moreover, the speed, health and stamina of in-game characters chosen by users would be enhanced, along with in-game weapons.
Apart from these, a host of minor fixes have also been outlined by Konami as part of the November update. You can check them out here.