Metal Gear Solid 5: Ground Zeroes PC Patch Released
Patch available now should clear up bugs around camera movement, "Low Memory," and USB compatibility.
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Encountering bugs with the recently released PC version of Metal Gear Solid V: Ground Zeroes? If you are, you're probably happy to learn Kojima Productions has released a new patch that aims to address three major issues currently affecting the game. These are listed out below.
You can download the update by installing a new version of Ground Zeroes that's available to people who opt-in to the Steam Client beta. You can do this by right-clicking on Ground Zeroes in your Steam Library, selecting Properties, then the tab for Beta.
Kojima Productions says in a post on the Ground Zeroes Steam page that it will continue to monitor the game's discussion forums to ensure that the game's bugs have been resolved.
Ground Zeroes December PC 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.
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