Metal Gear Solid: Master Collection Update Fixes Save Error and Bugs

Highlights

  • Metal Gear Solid: Master Collection has received an update addressing various issues, including save errors and bugs, enhancing overall gameplay.
  • The update resolved specific issues for each game in the collection, such as subtitle typos, visual delays, and slowdown problems in cutscenes.
  • Ongoing investigations are being conducted for intermittent cutscene playback problems and display issues, highlighting the developer’s commitment to refining the game.

Metal Gear Solid: Master Collection has received Update 1.3.0, aimed at enhancing overall gameplay and addressing specific issues, including a save error and various bugs. Unveiled during the PlayStation Showcase, Metal Gear Solid: Master Collection Vol. 1 includes five titles: the original Metal Gear,Metal Gear 2: Solid Snake, Metal Gear Solid, Metal Gear Solid 2: Sons of Liberty, and Metal Gear Solid 3: Snake Eater.

Released on October 24, the Master Collection drew considerable attention, though not all were positive. Konami acknowledged over a dozen issues with Metal Gear Solid: Master Collection Vol. 1 a day before its release. Among them were reports of subtitle typos in all EU language versions and buggy triggers for background music in some cutscenes in the MGS3 remaster. An unspecified visual effect also faced a timing delay, potentially impacting the first two MGS games. The PC remasters lacked the option to choose between windowed and full-screen modes, and Metal Gear Solid 2 has slowdown issues in specific cutscenes.

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On November 14, Metal Gear Solid: Master Collection Vol. 1 received an update version 1.3.0, addressing various issues. In Metal Gear Solid, save functionality improvements were made for Steam users, along with updates to the online manual and resolution of minor issues. Metal Gear Solid 2: Sons of Liberty‘s Master Collection version tackled issues such as the “Damaged File” error on Steam, frame rate drops on Nintendo Switch, and video playback interruptions on Xbox Series X/S. Additionally, a specific problem for Japanese users on Xbox Series X/S and Steam was resolved, ensuring the correct opening video was played.

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Metal Gear Solid Master Collection volume 1 covers

Metal Gear Solid 3: Snake Eater‘s Master Collection Version addressed button functionality concerns, audio synchronization issues in certain videos, and flickering in cutscenes on Nintendo Switch. For Metal Gear and Metal Gear 2: Solid Snake, the update focused on refining the online manual and fixing minor issues. The bonus content in Metal Gear Solid: Master Collection Vol. 1 also received attention, with updates to the online manual and resolution of minor issues.

The latest patch notes for Metal Gear Solid: Master Collection Vol. 1 also acknowledge ongoing investigations into several issues. Metal Gear Solid faces intermittent cutscene playback problems, while Metal Gear Solid 2: Sons of Liberty deals with display issues and occasional problems unlocking trophies or achievements on PlayStation and Xbox Series X/S. In Snake Eater, problems include a lower-resolution display of some face paints, intermittent trophy unlocking on PlayStation, and the Xbox Series X/S mic audio saving issue. Meanwhile, Metal Gear and Metal Gear 2: Solid Snake are actively facing occasional trophy-unlocking issues on PlayStation 4. This underscores the developers’ commitment to refining the game and enhancing the player experience.

Metal Gear Solid: Master CollectionUpdate 1.3.0 Patch Notes

METAL GEAR SOLID – Master Collection Version

  • Added save functionality improvements (Steam®)
  • Updated the Online Manual (Steam®)
  • Fixed some other minor issues

METAL GEAR SOLID 2: Sons of Liberty – Master Collection Version

  • An issue where a “Damaged File” error is sometimes displayed when trying to load save data (steam.)
  • Fixed an issue that caused the frame rate to drop during certain scenes (Nintendo SwitchT”)
  • Fixed an issue where videos would stop playing (xbox Series XIS)
  • Fixed an issue affecting users who purchased the game in Japan where the English opening video would play even in the Japanese version of the game (xbox Series XIS & Stearn.)
  • Updated the Online Manual (Steam.)
  • Fixed some other minor issues
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METAL GEAR SOLID 3: Snake Eater – Master Collection Version

  • Fixed an issue where some buttons were assigned multiple functions (Details on the updated controls are available in the Online Manual)
  • Fixed an issue where the audio was out of sync with certain videos
  • Fixed an issue that caused flickering in some cutscenes (Nintendo SwitchT.)
  • Fixed an issue where continually holding down certain buttons sometimes resulted in errors occurring (PlayStation84)
  • Updated the Online Manual
  • Fixed some other minor issues

Metal Gear & Metal Gear 2: Solid Snake – Master Collection Version

  • Updated the Online Manual (Steam®)
  • Fixed some minor issues

METAL GEAR SOLID MASTER COLLECTION Vol.]. BONUS CONTENT

  • Updated the Online Manual (Steam.)
  • Fixed some minor issues

Metal Gear Solid Master Collection Vol. 1

Metal Gear Solid: Master Collection Vol. 1

Konami’s compilation package includes Metal Gear and its sequel, Metal Gear 2: Solid Snake, along with Metal Gear Solid, Sons of Liberty, and Snake Eater.

Franchise Metal Gear Platform(s) PC, PS4, PS5, Switch, Xbox Series X, Xbox Series S Released October 24, 2023 Developer(s) Konami Genre(s) Action, Stealth ESRB M For Mature 17+ Due To Blood and Gore, Drug Reference, Partial Nudity, Sexual Themes, Violence See at Playstation Store See at Steam See at Xbox Games Store

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