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August 15, 2014

Metal Gear Solid V now on Steam

Konami, the world-renowned game publisher behind the successful Metal Gear franchise and other popular titles, has announced that both the Metal Gear Solid V: Phantom Pain and MGSV: Ground Zeroes will be released on Steam.

MGSV Steam

The announcement was made by MGS Director, Hideo Kojima, during this year’s Gamescom in Cologne, Germany. Though this is not the first time that one of the series of Metal Gear Solid was available for PC, this is a first for Konami to release the main title/s on Steam’s online store.

Metal Gear Solid Steam

Both the MGSV: Phantom Pain, as well as its prologue, Ground Zeroes, are now on Steam but the status is still “Coming Soon”. The price is also yet to be announced as of the time of writing.

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6 Responses to “Metal Gear Solid V now on Steam”

  1. Typical says:

    upgrade time na ng PC, di na makasabay ang pc ko sa watchdogs, lalo na pag lumabas yan mgsV…. sana lumabas na ang maxwell 8 series geforce cards….

  2. Hen-Sheen says:

    Snake has come a long way. MGS5 is available on Steam; “Give me 3-5 days to download this game…”

  3. big boss says:

    The Metal Gear geek inside me is screaming for joy! The story of how Big Boss became the villain we knew in the first Metal Gear game for MSX is finally coming to PC!

    Here’s hoping that the PC port’s gonna be optimized given the scalability of FOX engine, the game engine that used to make MGSV.

  4. Mr A
    Twitter: solidad
    says:

    I have one less excuse to get a PS4.

    • Yoshiro says:

      Same here. I originally planned to buy a PS4 just for playing MGSV (same reason why I bought a PS3 back in 2008 – to play MGS4).

      Looks like Kojima’s definitely set on bringing Metal Gear games on PC ever since the release of Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance on Steam.

      Glad Kojima and his buddies at Konami are finally listening to the irresistible voice of Metal Gear fans old and new.

  5. Ultimate says:

    Power! Want to learn more? Ask me how.

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This article was written by Ronnie Bulaong, a special features contributor and correspondent for YugaTech. Follow him on Twitter @turonbulaong.

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