There is a typo on the Special Edition Metal Gear Solid: The Phantom Pain PlayStation 4 (See below).
As you can see on the image above the text, cautioning the user to not use “molybdeum lubrication” is supposed to resemble the stencilling seen on pieces of equipment. However, the element mentioned “molybdeum” is actually a typo. The correct spelling of the element is molybdenum. No harm done. Molybdenum is one of the most difficult elements to spell.
If Sony corrects the typo in the future, those with the typo may become a collectors piece. In the past, companies have released games with typos (Such as Resident Evil Revelaitions 5 on 3DS in 2012), then corrected the error. The original games are now worth a fortune!
As for the game itself, it appears to be getting all round high reviews and Konami are feeling very confident. Read more about it in our previous article.
To those who ordered the Metal Gear Solid PS4, do you think this typo is a bother, or do you think it adds character to the console?
let us know in the comments below!