Should I grind the early missions in order to Fulton Recover more comrades?

Steve V.
  • Should I grind the early missions in order to Fulton Recover more comrades? Steve V.

    You can replay missions in Metal Gear Solid: Peace Walker, and each time you play, any soldiers you capture with Fulton Recovery make their way to Mother Base, where you can put them to work. More members of the MSF means more money and research for me, but most of the soldiers that I'm capturing in the very early game have D and E ranked stats.

    Is it worth grinding the early missions to build up the Mother Base population early, or should I hold out for higher-ranked captures later in the game?

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