MGS V: Ground Zeroes Hits Steam On December 18th, Will Pack Superior Graphics, 4K Support Confirmed

Konami has officially announced today that it will release the PC version of METAL GEAR SOLID V: GROUND ZEROES via Steam on December 18th. The company also confirmed it will be 4K compatible and will feature an increase in the number of simultaneous light sources, the number of models that can be displayed on-screen and increased shadow resolution.

According to the press release we got, METAL GEAR SOLID V: GROUND ZEROES takes place in 1975 and sets in motion a series of events that culminate in the stunning plotlines of METAL GEAR SOLID V: THE PHANTOM PAIN.

“GROUND ZEROES centers on Big Boss – legendary hero and mercenary – as he infiltrates a sprawling secret prison base called ‘Camp Omega’ in Cuba on a rescue mission. He soon finds himself alone behind enemy lines with a truly non-linear mission that showcases key advances to the series made possible by its use of Kojima Productions’ FOX Engine.”

GROUND ZEROES is centered on a large open environment, with missions where time of day and weather have a dynamic effect on the game and its content.

The game offers a total freedom of movement within its missions, with users choosing how they engage guards, the route they pick, and who they rescue.

Furthermore, the game features an online global ranking system where players can compete in unique in-game and mission challenges and achievements to see how they compare against others around the world.

Enjoy!

John Papadopoulos

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