Metal Gear Solid 5: Ground Zeroes New Patch for PC

Metal Gear Solid 5 Ground Zeroes Patch

Kojima Productions has released a new patch for the PC version of Metal Gear Solid V: Ground Zeroes, that fixes the major issues of the game.You can see more details about the new patch and what it fixes below.

Metal Gear Solid 5: Ground Zeroes New Patch Notes:

  • When the Camera Y Axis is set to Reverse, the camera movement with the mouse will reflect the change
  • Under some conditions, there was a “Low Memory” error a few minutes after launching the game. This issue has been fixed.
  • When some USB devices were connected the game didn’t launch. This issue has been fixed.

Here you can read what developers said on the Steam board about the patch and how to apply it to your game:

Some players have reported various bugs in the game that the team has worked on repairing since they were first reported.

The team has just recently launched a Beta version of the game client. You can download and try out this version which includes a recent patch to correct for the following issues specifically:

– When the Camera Y Axis is set to Reverse, the camera movement with the mouse will reflect the change
– Under some conditions, there was a “Low Memory” error a few minutes after launching the game. This issue has been fixed.
– When some USB devices were connected the game didn’t launch. This issue has been fixed.

To download the Beta version, right click the entry for Metal Gear Solid V: Ground Zeroes in your Steam Library, and select Properties then click the tab for Beta.

If you’ve previously run into these issues, try the Beta version and check to see if any of the above issues you’ve experienced still occur. We’ll keep checking the discussion forums, and this thread for your continued feedback on these issues to confirm they’ve been resolved.

If you are still encountering errors after you installed this patch try our tutorial here to fix them: How to Fix Metal Gear Solid V Ground Zeroes Errors

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Hello, my name is Denis, I am a gaming enthusiast and I started this website to help other people fix their games issues. A few years ago I saved some money to buy a game that I expected for a long time and I was unable to play it due to some issues. After that, I started this blog to help others in this situation.

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