Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain Gets A Brand New Update On PS4 And PC, Fixes Quiet Save Data Bug

Konami has released a brand new update for Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain on the PS4. This update will fix the Quiet save data corruption bug that was discovered after the game’s launch. This bug could potentially wipe out the complete save data of the game, resulting in loss of progress for the players.

This new update will take 435.8 MB of you hard disk space on the PS4 and it fixes the save data corruption bug when using Quiet. Konami has confirmed that the update will be released for other platforms after PS4 so expect to see it on PC, PS3, Xbox 360 and Xbox One soon.

You can check out the full set of changelog for the PS4 version below.

Version 1.03

  • Fixed an issue where under specific conditions, the game halts progression in the black screens displayed after clearing Mission 29 and Mission 42.
  • Fixed the issue where once the prior issue is triggered, the save data goes directly to the black screen and game progression is halted.
  • Fixed the issue where using the selection controls during the tutorial when first buying an FOB the game halted progression.

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There is also a brand new Update 1.005 released on PC. It is about 72.5 MB in size and you can read its changelog below.

  • Save Data is backed up now. When the save data can’t be read from Steam Cloud, the backup save data will be now used.

Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain is out now on PC, PS4 and Xbox One.

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Khurram Imtiaz

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