Hacking, Glitching, Cheating, it’s all been done before and it’s happening again to Forward Operating Base mode in Metal Gear Solid V by Hideo Kojima, Kojima Productions, and maintained by publisher Konami. The full Metal Gear Online 3 mode will be released in a matter of weeks (October 2015) on PlayStation 4, PS3, Xbox ONE, and Xbox 360 versions of the game with the PC version receiving its online mode during January 2016, but Forward Operating Base is out now and reports are coming in as to the problems online cheats have already posed to its deployment.
The Forward Operating Base Cheat involves a hack which is being distributed online allowing players to become invulnerable in the competitive player vs. player gameplay. Obviously this completely disrupts the fun factor of a competitive multiplayer game and can have huge impact on the player count in the form of a herd of players quitting due to being cheated and hacked out of wins or even a fair shot. The hope is that a patch will be released to address this software which may also have effects on the story mode of Metal Gear Solid V itself.
Metal Gear Online 3 Beta Info:
– Play as Male or Female
– Level 10 Maximum Cap
– Matchmaking, with full Host / Join features
– Party System w/ 2 players teleporting to each other
– Game Modes: Base, Rescue Mission, Team Deathmatch, Team Sneaking
Ironically enough, this information comes from the behest of hackers who have lifted details about the coming release from the files of Metal Gear Solid V on Windows PC. Credit goes to MGOLeague for the initial report.
Official Confirmation from Konami is expected to release in the next week or two.
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