Written by AndrewH
The next installment in to the Metal Gear Solid franchise will be released at the outset of the following month, and along with the game’s release Konami will also be launching an official companion app too. The app will be similar to the previously release Metal Gear Solid Ground Zeroes application in regards to features and what it will be able to do.
update: Sept. 1st, 2015 8:08am PST: Konami has released the Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain companion app onto Google Play right on time. Now you can download the app off of Google Play free of charge with the new link at the end of this article.
The companion app will be able to behave as a second-screen feature, letting users interact with the main game to show the in-game map in your mobile device of preference while you play. Essentially you will be accessing Snake’s iDroid directly. This means you will be able to see the map at all time in addition to more of the map all at one time. While you progress through the game, players can collect records / music, which you’ll then access from within the app and listen to at any time.
If you need to use the companion app, it will simply be available for the console version of the sport, so that means the PlayStation 4, Ps3 and Xbox One. The Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain companion app is going to be launching September 1st, 2015 for free on both iOS and Android. In the meantime, you can check out the game’s new trailer within the video below.
MGS V: The Phantom Pain App (Playboard) | MGS V: The Phantom Pain App (Play Store)