Metal Gear Solid 5: The Phantom Pain Unlimited GMP Cheat Discovered
(Last Updated On: September 29, 2016)

There’s a quick method for attaining unlimited money in Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain. The cheat involves a five minute process where you zip in, use your Fulton and zip out before anyone even knows you’re there.

YouTuber BiigMoney figured you can use mines or decoys with a fully upgraded Fulton to make some easy cash. You need to do Episode 8: Occupation Forces where you have to eliminate the Colonel and his tank convoy. Except, you won’t be killing him… you’ll be stealing his tanks. It’s explained in the quick video below.

Basically you bring a decoy or mines and a fully upgraded Fulton into the mission that can snatch up vehicles.

Move to the ‘B’ marker on the map in the video above. Set the decoys or mines down in the middle of the road to distract the tank convoy in the road. Sneak up from behind and Fulton the two tanks and the truck. You’ll earn 100,000 GMP per vehicle just like that.

Doing this method for just under an hour can earn you 3 million GMP. Beware, though, there is a 5 million GMP cap so keep that in mind when you’re using the cheat.

Metal Gear Solid 5 Cheat

To avoid looking like a noob the way BiigMoney does when he finishes the mission but forgets to call in the helicopter, be sure to call in your ride for extraction as soon as you see the convoy. Once you complete the mission and Fulton out the tanks your extraction should be ready.

To make the mission go by faster it might be helpful to use the D Horse buddy to get to the location as quickly as possible so you can easily rinse and repeat the mission. Fultoning the tanks will keep netting you a pretty penny and earn you some quick cash in the game.

This MGSV cheat works with the Xbox 360, Xbox One, PS3 and PS4 version of the game. PC gamers can simply use mods or the cheat engine to get unlimited cash like the cheat trainers for MGS V over on Cheat Happens.

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