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Metal Gear Solid V PC Release Delayed

Metal Gear Solid V PC Release Delayed

Metal Gear Solid V PC Release Delayed

Metal Gear Solid V PC Release Delayed

 

Yesterday, a release date for Konami's upcoming triple A title, Metal Gear Solid V: Phantom Pain appeared on YouTube when a leaked trailer appeared on IGN's channel, announcing that the game would launch on the 1st of September this year. I can tell you this: it's legit. But there's a catch. If you're reading this, you're possibly a PC gamer. Well, if that's the case, I may have some bad news for you, because you're going to have to wait a little longer. Two weeks, to be precise, because the PC-version of Konami's third-person stealth-action game will be released on the 14th of September.

 

Metal Gear Solid V PC Release Delayed

 

Of course this is not a massive delay whatsoever, so it's not too much of a problem. You may just want to avoid watching Let's Plays on YouTube unless you don't mind getting the game spoiled to you. The Steam version will also include the Day One Edition DLC, which includes:

  •    Adam-ska Special Handgun
  •    Personal Ballistic Shield (Silver)
  •    Cardboard Box (Wetland)
  •    Fatigues (Blue Urban Snake Costume)
  •    METAL GEAR ONLINE XP BOOST

 

So, just half a year and you'll finally get to take the Big Boss on an adventure. Are you going to get MGS V: Phantom Pain? Let us know.


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04-03-2015, 11:25:53

Mizugetsu
yes i will be buying it, enjoyed ground zeroes a great deal and delaying wont stop me buying the game given how the delays of ground zeroes made it one of if not the best ports available today in PC gaming so in my mind fair play.

if they release it during a Steam Sale again a master stroke for ground zeroes they'll have another profitable game on the PC and that's good for everyone.Quote

04-03-2015, 13:35:09

ImprovizoR
It's not a delay. That's just the official release date for the PC. Seeing how Ground Zeroes was released months later I kind of expected the same to happen with Phantom Pain. Just two weeks later is actually good news IMO.Quote
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