Well, this may not please PC fans but Hideo Kojima has hinted that Metal Gear Solid V may be coming to the PC, though nothing is confirmed as of yet. During an interview with GameTrailers, Kojima said that they are developing on PC and may bring this title on our platform, however that’s not a priority as we speak.
As Kojima said:
“Of course we are developing on a PC, so we look forward to releasing something on the PC sometime, but right now we have no release date, we are not really looking to do that right now, that’s not a priority, so, we are making it and we hope to put it out as well.”
This could mean that Konami may release the game’s ‘Complete Version’ to the PC, just like it’s about to do with Metal Gear Rising. In other words, expect to see the PC version around 5-6 months after the release of its console counterpart.
So there you have it everyone, MGS V will most probably get released on the PC. Unless of course Metal Gear Rising flops and Konami decides to abandon its plans for further PC versions of its Metal Gear series.
Enjoy, once again, the extended version of the game’s E3 trailer!
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