Konami’s community manager clears away confusion regarding story DLC and revisiting Camp Omega.
For those hoping that Konami will be releasing a Story DLC for its critically acclaimed Metal Gear Solid 5: The Phantom Pain, then you better keep your hopes in check. Konami’s Metal Gear Solid community manager, Robert Allan Peer has confirmed there is no story DLC in the works. It may however happen in the future but we can’t say for sure and honestly given Konami’s confused reports about doing business in the console industry it seems that a new expansion pack for the already expensive The Phantom Pain seems extremely unlikely.
Remember a while back, Kojima confirmed that they had a feature in works for The Phantom Pain which will allow players to revisit Camp Omega provided they own a copy of Ground Zeroes? Turns out it was a feature connected to Metal Gear Online. Robert confirmed that it will be one of the mission areas in Metal Gear Online 3 [which we already know about] and not something that is connected to the story. He further clarified in another tweet that events from Ground Zeroes are only highlighted in the game and players don’t get to play in Camp Omega.
So there you have it. No Camp Omega. No story DLC. I wonder why Kojima said all those big things regarding a cool feature which has never been done in video games?
@Saladin_Snake is this still in question? You don't play there like in Africa/Afghanistan but events from GZ are shown in single player— Robert Allen Peeler (@popcicle) September 21, 2015