30 minutes of MGS V: The Phantom Pain gameplay, Watch Dogs patch released, and Battlefield Hardline beta extended – daily PlayStation news round up
Big day for Snake fans – there’s 30 glorious minutes of Phantom Pain gameplay out there awaiting your discerning eye. Certain members of the team are whispering that Kojima’s upcoming venture was actually the game of E3. Are they stupid, stupid, smelly idiots? Judge for yourself.
Daily PlayStation news round up
- Out of the blocks like a real champ, it’s Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain and 30 freakin’ minutes of gameplay for you to digest. At the time of writing this video doesn’t even have that many views, so you’ll be stealing the march on the rest of the gaming world. Take a peek:
What could possibly top that? A list of minor revisions and improvements for troubled open world hackfest Watch Dogs, naturally. Hop you like changelogs, because here’s one right now. It’s headed right for us:
MAJOR GAME FIXES Automatically reconstructed corrupted save files which prevented loading to go further than 90%. Some collectibles may remain unrecoverable. Fixed the issue preventing players from using hacks in game.
GAMEPLAY FIXES Fixed several mission-breaking bugs. Fixed minor mission and item-related issues. Fixed the issue that caused the empty weapon-wheel.
MULTIPLAYER FIXES Fixed several minor respawn issues. Fixed some connection and session joining issues.
- To play us out today, there’s happy news from EA that the Battlefield Hardline beta has been extended one week. Originally the early play session was due to end today (June 19th), but it’s since been extended by seven days, closing on June 26th. So that’s nice.