Compared to other open world games released this year, Metal Gear Solid V The Phantom Pain is relatively glitch free. However the game did come with a critical issue which caused the save file to become corrupted but a patch fixing the issue has been fixed by an update. Unfortunately the game is still suffering from a few other issues but it seems like one of them is going to be fixed soon.
When mentioned on a tweet about the Metal Gear Solid V The Phantom Pain blueprint glitch, Konami has finally confirmed that they are aware of the matter and that they are currently working on a fix. The blueprint glitch is a rather annoying glitch which causes blueprints found in several missions to disappear if the players collects them but later restarts or aborts the mission. This glitch prevents players from obtaining a 100% completion rate, as some items and weapons cannot be developed without blueprints.
A few days ago a new Metal Gear Online gameplay presentation has surfaced online. The new video features footage taken from the Japanese version and showcases several of the online mode’s features. The mode will finally be launched next month as originally scheduled.
As mentioned above, Metal Gear Solid V The Phantom Pain has recently received a new patch which fixes one critical issue which caused the save data to become corrupted when Quiet was brought along as a buddy on two specific missions. The patch also fixes another issue which preventedf game progression.
Metal Gear Solid V The Phantom Pain is now available in all regions on PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, Xbox 360, Xbox One and PC. Metal Gear Online will be launched next month in all regions and on all formats. We will keep you updated on both the main game and the online mode as soon as more comes in on them so stay tuned for all the latest news on Kojima’s Productions latest game.