Konami has confirmed that Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain along with Ground Zeroes are backwards compatible on Next-Gen consoles.
Konami has confirmed that Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain along with Ground Zeroes are backwards compatible on Next-Gen consoles. This also includes The Definitive Experience version of the game.
Gamers will get to enjoy Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain along with Ground Zeroes on PlayStation 5 or Xbox Series X. Players could also transfer their saved data through the cloud or a USB stick to their Next-Gen console. The announcement was made in the following Tweets:
Konami also confirmed that Metal Gear Survive will also be backwards compatible. This announcement was meet with a backlash from the fandom. The tweet also reignited community demand for remaster of The Legacy Collection or a remake of Metal Gear Solid.
I refuse to believe anyone asked if Metal Gear Survive was backwards compatible pic.twitter.com/VWDgy6a8fL— JR Ward 🦖🖤🎃🖤 (@AnnoyedRaptor) November 12, 2020
We don’t mention the horrible disgrace that is metal gear survive— Snake Davila (@DavilaSnake) November 12, 2020
Survive does not exist for fans— Gustavo Moreno (@Shimazaki_D) November 12, 2020
Metal gear survive didn't survive very well lol pic.twitter.com/7pz6GtjR1N— Twitch Streamzey 💀 (@STREAMZEY) November 12, 2020
now do a remake of MGS 3 please and thank you— Matt (@GeraltOfPhilly) November 12, 2020
Make this as well please pic.twitter.com/BSkmMa3T4W— A.Asfour (@Asfour_juve) November 12, 2020
Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain is the tenth game in the series and follows the events of Ground Zeroes. After the attack on Mother Base, Big Boss awakes from a coma to establishes a new mercenary army while seeking revenge against XOF. You could check out our review of The Phantom Pain for more details about the game.
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