If you’ve been on the Metal Gear Solid adventure with Konami’s Master Collection Vol. 1, you might have noticed a few missing pieces. Well, guess what? An update just landed, and it’s like Christmas for gamers. Let’s unpack what’s new in version 1.4.0!
Screen Options Galore in Metal Gear Solid
Okay, first up – the screen options. Especially for the old-school PlayStation game, Metal Gear Solid, things needed a bit of sprucing up. The update heard you loud and clear. Now, you can toggle the “smoothing” filter. No more stuck with something you’re not vibing with! Plus, there’s a cool resolution setting – pick from “standard,” “pixel perfect,” or “16:9.” It’s like choosing the perfect outfit for your gaming mood.
Scanlines and Retro Vibes in Metal Gear Solid
Are you a fan of that retro, nostalgic charm? The new “filter” option is here to level up your gaming experience. Toggle those scanlines and get that classic CRT display feel. It’s a must-try for those who want to add a dash of old-school vibes to their gaming sessions. And hold on – these screen options aren’t just for Metal Gear Solid. They’re also on the menu for the Vol. 1 Bonus Content, featuring a tag team of NES games. Double the fun, double the choices!
Audio Magic and Bug Squashes
But the fun doesn’t stop there! Each game in the set now lets you control the in-game audio volume. Crank up the music or dial down the explosions – the power is in your hands. The update also throws in some Steam-specific controller and window settings, making sure your gaming ride is as smooth as butter. And of course, a few bugs got squashed along the way. Because, hey, a gaming adventure should be glitch-free!
Console Players, Your Turn’s Coming
Hold on, console champs! These fantastic changes are headed your way in January. Why the wait? Well, updating games on consoles involves a bit more juggling, and the awesome folks handling it might be taking a holiday breather. So, chillax – the good stuff is en COIN33 route.
Known Hiccups: Konami’s Got It Covered
Sure, the landing wasn’t the smoothest, but Konami is on top of things. They’ve got a list of known issues in the patch notes, showing they’re fully aware and working hard to make everything ship-shape. It’s a sign that, even though there were a few bumps, the publisher is committed to giving you the best Metal Gear Solid: Master Collection Vol. 1 experience.
So, whether you’re sneaking around like a stealthy snake or decoding secrets like a pro, this update is your ticket to an even cooler Metal Gear Solid adventure. Dive in, play around with those settings, and get ready for a gaming experience tailored just for you!