Metal Gear Solid V PS4 Collector’s Edition Missing DLC Codes?
Konami have now confirmed what had been anecdotally reported over the last few days. The Collector’s Edition of Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain is missing the day 1 and collector’s edition DLC codes. Curiously this production error only affects the PlayStation 4 version of the Collector’s Edition.
This comes hot on the heels of reports of manufacturing issues causing delays of the Collector’s Edition in certain territories. These issues have lead to some stores cancelling orders. It seems that after a troubled production, this game is set to have a troubled launch.
Konami had this say on their official Facebook Page:
Notice to all customers purchasing the PS4 Collector’s Edition of Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain:
Please be aware, the PS4 Collector’s Edition of Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain code for DLC was not included within the physical package during manufacturing. This issue does not affect the Day One Edition product or any other platforms. All customers who purchase the PS4 Collector’s Edition through the following retailers will automatically receive the DLC codes at the time of purchase on receipt or via email: Amazon, Best Buy, GameStop, Target, Toys R Us, Walmart, EB Games, Game Planet.
For all other customers, voucher codes may be obtained by contacting KONAMI customer support (for North and South America) athttps://konami.parature.com/ics/support/ticketnewwizard.asp with proof of purchase.
For Europe support, contact: https://www.games.konami-europe.com/.
For Asia (outside Japan) support, contact: http://www.konami-asia.com/support/contactus.php?lang=en.
The contents of the Metal Gear Solid V Collector’s Edition can be seen in the image below. The game will be launching this Tuesday September 1st worldwide on PlayStation 4, PC, Xbox One, Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3.
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