Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain Gets 9 Amazing New Screenshots

Abdullah Awan
Aug 4, 2015
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Yesterday, we reported that Konami’s upcoming new title Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain will be releasing ahead of its time. The game’s release date has been shifted to September 1, 2015 to align with release date of the console version of the game.

Konami Digital Entertainment B.V. president Tomotada Tashiro said in a press release that the PC version of the game finished earlier than expected due to the hard work of the team and that they were positive that the gaming community will be satisfied with how the game has turned out.

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“We initially did not think it would be possible to get such an epic game out onto PC in time for launch alongside its console counterparts, but all involved have worked diligently to meet the demands of our PC consumers.  We feel confident that Steam users will be satisfied with the contents we will provide for the Steam version.”

Amazing New Screenshots For Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain

Today we have some amazing screenshots for Metal Gear Solid V which we are going to share with our readers. Yesterday, we shared the minimum and recommended PC requirements for the game which requires a minimum of a 4th Gen Intel i5 Quad-core processor and an NVIDIA GTX 650 graphics card. You can review the minimum and recommended PC requirements here.

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You will find that the hefty PC requirements for Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain do the game justice when you have a look at the beautiful in-game screenshots below.

With a recommended PC requirement of an NVIDIA GTX 760 graphics card coupled with a 4th Gen Intel i7 CPU, Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain is not a light game and these beautiful screenshots go a long way in proving that. With that being said, stay tuned for more gaming news and do share your views with us in the comments section.

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