Metal Gear Solid 5: The Phantom Pain Summary
Metal Gear Solid 5 has a lovely selection of eighties hits to blast at full volume while you're minigunning the balls off an enemy base, but inevitably you'll want to add your own tracks - anachronistic to the game's 80s setting, but I find Pearl Jam'sfits the bill nicely.
So how to add custom tracks? It's pretty simple actually, as PC Gamer's Andy Kelly points outJust head into the game directory and find the 'CustomSoundtrack' folder.
Metal Gear Solid 5: The Phantom Pain is a highly anticipated game, so it's no wonder that the game's severs have come under some severe stress since it launched yesterday.
According to several Tweets from, the publisher is hard at work looking into the problem, and it's taken measure to alleviate things already.
Nvidia has a new driver available for today's two big releases, Metal Gear Solid 5: The Phantom Painand Mad Max. You can grab the GeForce Game Ready 355.82 WHQL drivers from
According to the release notes (), players can expect "Game Ready optimizations, a NVIDIA Control Panel Ambient Occlusion profile, and a SLI profile".
Metal Gear Solid 5: The Phantom Pain is released on PC today, digitally and in physical disc format. Or, as it turns out, just the former.
Awho got their physical copy of 's latest action-stealth epic has posted a number of screenshots that suggest the only file on the disc is a Steam installer. We live in a very stupid era.
Here's perhaps the last trailer that Hideo Kojima will ever make for the, a nostalgic trip through past triumphs leading up to what we hope is another one - next week's hotly anticipated Metal Gear Solid 5.
It's not exactly spoiler-heavy, but considering that MGS5 is only a few days away you might want to give it a miss. I watched it, because I have no willpower.