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New Metal Gear Online will debut at The Game Awards

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Hideo Kojima is set to show off a new and improved version of Metal Gear Online at The Game Awards next week, according to host Geoff Keighley.

Metal Gear first went online back in Metal Gear Solid 3 for the PS2, while multiplayer elements were also found in Metal Gear Solid 4. Knowing Kojima, he's probably got something intriguing up his sleeve for next year's Metal Gear Solid 5: The Phantom Pain.

First Metal Gear Solid V: Ground Zeroes screenshots, Nvidia list PC features

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The first two screenshots of Kojima Productions' Metal Gear Solid V: Ground Zeroes for PC have been released, but not by the developer itself. Instead the images have been published by Nvidia.

They compare two scenes from a PS4 and PC perspective. They also chest beat what special extras the PC version is getting, like SLI support, higher-resolution effects and 60 frames per second.

Metal Gear Solid 5: Ground Zeroes' December 18 release date confirmed by Konami

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Those rumours that began circulating at Russian expo Igromir 2014 last week turned out to be true: Metal Gear Solid 5: Ground Zeroes is coming to Steam this December 18.

The PC version will bring a raft of improvements, including 4K resolution, an increase in the number of simultaneous light sources and the number of models that can be displayed on-screen, and improved shadow resolution.

Rumour: Kojima reveals December 18 PC release date for Metal Gear Solid 5: Ground Zeroes

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According to rumours emerging from Russian gaming expo Igromir 2014, Metal Gear Solid 5: Ground Zeroes will be released on PC this December 18.

Several Russian websites report that Metal Gear creator Hideo Kojima revealed the date in person at the game conference in Moscow.

Konami releases batch of high-def Metal Gear Solid 5 screens” from TGS 2014

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Konami has released a bucketload of new Metal Gear Solid 5 screens from the Tokyo Game Show 2014, all rendered in lovely high-definition.

The new collection contains the finest image of a horse being lifted into the air by a balloon recovery system that you'll probably ever see.

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