According to a central Metal Gear Twitter, they’ve expelled a PlayStation 4 Pro patch that takes advantage of a additional horsepower behind a PS4 Pro. It has left live now and according to Konami, it offers “enhanced performance”.
Official patch records are flattering minimal aside from a brief outline of a upgraded console itself. However, a Tweet offers a bit some-more discernment on a update.
Even if we have a 1080p screen, you’ll suffer a softened #MGSVTPP opening interjection to today’s patch.
— METAL GEAR OFFICIAL (@metalgear_en) October 31, 2017
As settled above, a PS4 Pro patch increases a game’s fortitude to 4k, as good as improving framerates. Those with a PS4 Pro though not a 4k shade can also advantage from a increasing framerate. Those with Metal Gear Solid V: The Definitive Experience, that comes with MGS V: Ground Zeroes, will also advantage from a opening improvements in a prequel.
Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain is now giveaway for PS Plus subscribers. It will also be accessible for Xbox owners by a Xbox Game Pass in November, though there’s no word on either or not a Xbox One X will move a “Pro” chronicle of a game.