Metal Gear Online DLC adds Quiet, three new maps in March

Quiet introduced as Unique Character option.

Metal Gear Online

Metal Gear Online will add new Unique Character Quiet and three new maps via downloadable content launching in March, Konami announced at Tokaigi 2016.

Unique Characters are characters that appear as a mission setting prior to beginning a game. If the setting is selected, one player from each team at random is picked to spawn as a unique character.

The new maps include “Azure Mountain,” “Coral Complex,” and “Rust Palace.”

Metal Gear Online

Metal Gear Online

Metal Gear Online

The new content will also feature new sets of custom combinable animations, known as “Appeal Actions.”

Metal Gear Online

More details will be announced on Monday, February 1.

Metal Gear Online is available for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, PC, PlayStation 3, and Xbox 360 via Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain.

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