One of the most searched for topics across the internet since September 1st, 2015 is none other than a nude mod for the character Quiet from Hideo Kojima’s final Metal Gear Solid game under the Konami publishing label.
For all of you out there desperate to fulfill the need to see one of the most talked about video game characters of all time in the buff, take solace in knowing that the Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain mod has arrived… the Quiet nude mod is available to download for PC.
What Kim Kardashian was for normies, Quiet is for gamers… except she actually has useful skills. Prepare for the internet to break.
Nexus user zedeki originally posted up the mod over on NexusMods back on October 17th, but only recently did he update it to bare all of its contents in the highest quality possible for public consumption. This includes both a wet and non wet version of the Quiet mod.
It should go without saying that the mod is Not Safe For Work and you will need to register with Nexusmods.com to view the file… but you can see what it looks like below.
Yes, that’s Quiet… played by and modeled after Dutch actor Stefani Joosten. The mod puts the silent sniper in nothing but boots, a see-through bikini top and the gear to hold her equipment… and absolutely nothing else. The uncensored version of the pics from the mod can be viewed here.
The mod comes in two different formats, one where Quiet has boots on and one where she doesn’t. The bikini top is see-through in both outfits. You can download the mod from over on NexusMods right here.
According to zedeki, there are some steps to take to ensure that the mod works even if the nude mod first doesn’t appear when you play, writing on the description page…
“If Quiet is not shown with the new texture, start a mission and change from female soldier to snake and the buddy to D-Dog (or any other non Quiet model) then change back. Now you should play with the new texture – you have to do this only if you change something. If it does not work either . read again, you made something wrong.”
You can also use the Quiet player model swap mod v1.6 to play as Quiet, and it’s required if you want nude Quiet in your game and you want to play as her.
There’s also a thong-only version of Quiet floating around on the Chinese gaming website, 3DGame. You’ll have to register at the site to download that version.
Over on Loverslab user Kargrin managed to make a more tanned Quiet, assuming you were looking for something a little less gratuitous. You’ll also have to register at the site to get your hands on the tanned mod.
Unsurprisingly enough, Konami has been fighting against mods being used in Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain since its release, but they began ramping up their efforts and banning users even more-so after hackers began invading the FOB missions on home consoles and PC. The hackers nearly make the FOB mode useless given that you can’t kill them and you can’t really defend your base against them properly.
Things further escalated when it turned out that shortly after launching the Metal Gear Online 3 at the start of October, a few days later hackers also began invading that game, killing players unceremoniously on the Xbox 360 and PS3 versions of the game.
Instead of specifically targeting the hackers, Konami decided to go the route of Rockstar and begin laying down banhammers on those attempting to mod and play online in Metal Gear Solid V. There aren’t any consistent reports on how the bans are determined, but users were rather miffed when they were greeted with an updated Terms of Service agreement to play Metal Gear Solid V online, as noted by users on GameFaqs and the Steam community threads.
Rockstar, alternatively, at least announced that cosmetic mods would not get you banned, but they did vehemently warn players against going online with any kind of mods, especially those using scripts.
Both Rockstar and Konami opted to update their games that would effectively halt some mods from being used, but it appears you can’t keep a horny modder down.
It’s been really difficult for modders to crack open certain files in Metal gear Solid V and get them to work properly in the game without breaking it. While some people may be questioning why it’s taken so long for this mod to come out, it’s because Konami did their hardest to ensure that doing anything more than model swaps would be a royal pain, and it has been.
Nevertheless, don’t be surprised if the SJW brigade come out in full force to talk down about the appearance of the mod, and don’t be surprised if Konami comes down on their own community for it. Feel free to grab the mod while it’s available and keep it safe for now.