Metal Gear Solid V’s Character And Horse Costume DLC Released

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Back in September, Konami announced an array of character costume DLC for Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain. Seven outfits were announced for Snake, male and female Diamond Dogs members, and D-Horse. Now, all of the outfits are available for purchase within the game.


While some of the Metal Gear Solid V DLC outfits are purely cosmetic, a few have additional bonuses. The Fatigues, Jumpsuit (EVA), Tuxedo, Western Tack, and Parade Tack only change a character’s appearance and do not offer any supplemental bonuses. Additionally, the female outfits can have the front zipped or unzipped. Both the Naked Snake and The Boss Sneaking Suits prevent NVG-equipped enemies from detecting a character’s body heat in Forward Operating Base missions.


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The Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain costumes are available for $0.99 each for the PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, Xbox 360, Xbox One, or Windows PC. You can also get all seven in a Costume & Tack Pack $4.99 bundle for the PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and Windows PC. (An Xbox 360 costume bundle has yet to be released.) These outfits can’t be used in Metal Gear Online, and the women’s costumes can’t be worn by Quiet.

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