So What Are The Chances Of Metal Gear Solid V Getting Downgraded?

Developers and publishers have made it hard for us to trust them when it comes to visuals of a game. We often are shown amazing vertical slices before release, which are far better then the final build.

Watch Dogs is an example, The Witcher 3 developers were also accused for downgrading the game. In short, we are right to be skeptical about visuals even after seeing how good a certain game looks.

So when Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain’s gameplay demos blew everyone away by their visual fidelity, it was natural to have concerns over the game’s final build.

So far graphics have remained the same if not better, and a recent gameplay demo was nothing but impressive in this regard, but some viewers did notice a slight change in color.

So what are the chances of Kojima Productoins downgrading Metal Gear Solid V? According to Producer Ken-ichiro Imaizumi, downgrades don’t happen at this stage of development, they are done early on.

He also explained that those who noticed a change in color, might be due to tuning of lighting rather than anything related to a downgrade.

The good news for PC gamers is that developers will pay full attention to PC version, rather than outsourcing it to someone else.

Even though they have “limited resources,” the PC version will not be neglected. This is the reason why MGS V PC is coming later, they will first complete console versions of the game and then shift all of their resources to PC.

Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain will release for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 on September 1.