Konami has issued a brand new patch for Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain on PC, and it has some unintended negative effects – or very meant, relying on the way you view Konami. According to gamers on Steam, the tiny 114 Mb patch is breaking all mod help for the game.
The patch supposedly simply fixes “an issue when using an Energy Wall while equipped with certain pieces of developed gear,” in keeping with the patch notes – though Konami additionally admits that it fixes “other issues” too. Whether these points embody person mods is irrelevant, since gamers are reporting on the Metal Gear Solid V Steam forums (by way of DSOGaming) that the patch screws them up – no matter intention,
As the patch isn’t suitable with mod help, if gamers wish to hold and proceed utilizing the mods that they’ve they might want to take the game into offline mode – or to not obtain the patch in any respect. Otherwise any makes an attempt to make use of mods within the patched model of Metal Gear Solid V will apparently outcome within the game crashing, at which level you gained’t be capable to use the mods anyway.
The different possibility is to take away your mods and wait till the mod makers replace them to be suitable with the brand new patch. Unfortunately, as MGSV is sort of outdated now, there’s at all times the danger that the mods can be too – and their makers could have moved on to different issues.
All of which can placed on a damper on the latest Humble Monthly deal, which supplies away a duplicate of the MGSV Definitive Experience (together with Cities: Skylines) once you signal as much as it. Of course, should you get that now Steam will obtain the newest model of the game, together with the brand new mod-breaking patch. Hopefully that one mod where you can play as Hideo Kojima as a substitute of Snake will get up to date quickly.