TROPHIES / ACHIEVEMENTS - Metal Gear Solid 5: Ground Zeroes

By Luke Caulfield , Updated Jan 16, 2014 11:59 AM EST
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We're still a few months away from the release of the games making up Metal Gear Solid V, Ground Zeroes and The Phantom Pain, but as tends to happen, there's already a list of achievements / trophies for the game.

The list comes courtesy of Xbox Achievements, and consider this your official warning: there ARE spoilers.

With 15 in all, the list is far from massive, but as Ground Zeroes serves as little more than an introduction/opener (albeit with a few more additions) to the whole of Metal Gear Solid V, what'd you expect? Check out the complete list below, and don't say we didn't warn you if you they spoil a portion of the game's story.

Accomplished - Cleared all missions (including Side Ops and Extra Ops)
Depth - Cleared the "Eliminate the Renegade Threat" Side Op by extracting both targets
Downfall - Cleared the "Ground Zeroes" mission
Genesis - Cleared a Side Op or Extra Op
Extraction - In the "Destroy the Anti-Air Emplacements" Side Op, rescued and extracted all prisoners via chopper
Hero - Cleared all missions (including Side Ops and Extra Ops) with a S-rank
Hidden - Cleared the "Jamais Vu" Extra Op with 0 enemy combat statuses
Infiltration - Cleared the "Classified Intel Acquisition" Side Op while riding in the back of a truck
Information - Obtained all cassette tapes
Insignia - Obtained all XOF unit patches
Pacifist - Cleared the "Intel Operative Rescue" Side Op without killing a single enemy
Rescue - In the "Ground Zeroes" mission, rescued the prisoner to be executed and extracted him via chopper
Reunion - Reunited with Chico or Paz
Skilled - Cleared any mission (including Side Ops and Extra Ops) with a S-rank
Unlocked - Unlocked all trials

Ground Zeroes acts as a prologue to The Phantom Pain, and takes place in 1975, shortly after the events of Peace Walker, but nine years before Phantom Pain. Expect it to work as something of an expanded tutorial, helping to show newcomers the ups and downs, as well as feature "Side-Op" sub-missions, and a few challenge trials with ranking and leaderboards if you're feeling competitive. The game will take place at a U.S. black site facility in Cuba dubbed Camp Omega. Fans were introduced to the camp (as well as a mysterious disfigured mess of a man) in a trailer shown during an event celebrating the 25th anniversary of the series

The ESRB recently released its rating for Metal Gear Solid V: Ground Zeroes, saddling the game with an expected Mature rating, as well as a few potential spoilers. The game is expected to release this March for PlayStation 3 and 4, and Xbox 360 and One.

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