New Metal Gear Solid V: Ground Zeroes PC Patch Addresses Some Major Concerns

By   /   Jan 1, 2015

After a long wait, PC users finally got their hands on Metal Gear Solid V: Ground Zeroes on December 18, 2014. However, some of the players instead of enjoying their time with it, encountered some major bugs.

To address those concerns, developers have released a new patch which takes care of three of the major issues that were causing trouble for the players. You can check out the patch notes for this update given below:

  • When the Camera Y Axis is set to Reverse, the camera movement with the mouse will reflect the change
  • Under some conditions, there was a “Low Memory” error a few minutes after launching the game. This issue has been fixed.
  • When some USB devices were connected the game didn’t launch. This issue has been fixed.

You will be able to download this update by getting the new version of Metal Gear Solid V: Ground Zeroes that is currently available for the fans that opted for the Steam client beta.

Kojima Production assures that they will keep tabs on the discussions happening on the game’s steam page, so that they can patch every issue that will be brought to light by the users as soon as possible.

Metal Gear Solid V: Ground Zeroes serves as a demo for MGS V: The Phantom which is expected to come out in 2015.

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