Server Connection Issues Reported for Metal Gear Solid 5
"We deeply apologize for the inconvenience and are working hard with all parties to bring these features back as soon as possible."
The launch of Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain today has not gone entirely to plan.
The open-world action game is suffering through some "server connection issues" affecting the game's Forward Operating Base multiplayer mode. In the wake of these problems, Konami has made some changes to FOB as it works to fix the issues. Check out the tweets below for the latest.
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In other recent news about The Phantom Pain, Konami has explained how microtransactions work.
MGS 5 Server Issues:
MGSV: We are currently experiencing server connection issues, so the following temporary measures have been taken to remedy the problem ...— Konami (@Konami) September 1, 2015
MGS Servers 1)Number of missions listed in the FOB MISSION list has been decreased— Konami (@Konami) September 1, 2015
MGS Servers 2) Display of info regarding Win/Loss, Points, Supporting/Supporters, and Heroism have been disabled in the FOB MISSION list— Konami (@Konami) September 1, 2015
MGS Servers: 3) Number of missions listed in the online COMBAT DEPLOYMENT menu has been decreased.— Konami (@Konami) September 1, 2015
MGSV: We deeply apologize for the inconvenience and are working hard with all parties to bring these features back as soon as possible.— Konami (@Konami) September 1, 2015
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