Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain – The save deleting bug is now fixed!

It’s been around a week since Kojima Productions‘ final game, Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain (which seems to lack not only Mission 51, but apparently, a third chapter called Peace as well) turned out to have a save deleting bug. It gets into action, if you choose Quiet as your partner for Missions 29 and 42.

Meanwhile, some players have found a non-official solution in changing the emblem to the butterfly one, but now, Konami themselves have stepped up and announced a patch for Hideo Kojima‘s game in order to avoid it happening to others around the world.

It was announced on Twitter – roughly 9 hours ago at the time of writing this news article, so it’s somewhat new -, and it’s already applied to the PlayStation 4 and PC. So these two platforms are now safe from the bug and Konami is probably going to deal with the other three platforms over the course of the day – or days -, so be patient in case you play The Phantom Pain on the PlayStation 3. Until then, good gaming!


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