Exclusive Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain Strategy Guide Coming From Piggyback


I rarely tend to get strategy guides, but this exclusive Piggyback strategy guide for Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain will certainly be a purchase from me.

They will be releasing two version’s of the guide, which will include a paperback version and a hardcover, collectable edition. The collectable edition is certainly worth getting, which includes an exclusive lithograph by Yoji Shinkawa. The hardcover will also contain additional content including an art gallery that will be a must-have for passionate fans of the series.

It will certainly help you with completing the game, with a map based walkthrough with annotated, hi-res screen shots for easy, at-a-glance use. Missions, side quests, secrets, collectibles, Achievements and Trophies will be revealed. In addition, fans will be treated to tons of extras including an extensive story re-cap and a poster covering the immense world.  The ultimate guide, for the ultimate Metal Gear Solid fan right? Sandra Arcan, Senior Manager, Licensing and Merchandise – EMEA at Konami Digital Entertainment B.V. was delighted at the news, commenting:

We have worked closely with Piggyback on the guides to all Metal Gear Solid game releases over the past 15 years and it is a real pleasure to continue that collaboration with METAL GEAR SOLID V: THE PHANTOM PAIN

Louie Beatty of Piggyback was equally pleased that they could provide the exclusive Strategy Guide, adding:

We are so pleased to have the opportunity to be a part of the conclusion to the Metal Gear Solid V experience and to provide the players with a comprehensive reference to commemorate this amazing game

The paperback will be available for £14.99, whilst the collectable edition will be available for a very good price of £19.99. Will you be purchasing it? Of course you will! Let us know either way in the comment section below.

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Andreas Sander
Andreas Sander
8 years ago

This is going to be a nitpicky, grammarian, thing of me to say: In the beginning of this article, you wrote “…The Phantom Pain will be certainly…” when the much more common word order would be: “…The Phantom Pain will CERTAINLY be…”. The adverb is most commonly placed between the… Read more »

8 years ago
Reply to  Andreas Sander

Hi Andreas, Thank you for the kind words regarding my article being simple and informative. I have corrected the grammar, which you have kindly pointed out to me. I am always grateful for any type of feedback on the articles I write. I hope you will continue on enjoying our… Read more »