Sony’s PS4 Pro represents the company’s attempt at an upgrade over the current PS4 console. It is supposed to be more powerful than its predecessor, which means that it should be able to run games at a higher quality than before. For gamers looking to take advantage of this, Konami has recently announced a release date for the PS4 Pro for Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain.

The announcement was posted on the company’s Twitter page during the Paris Games Show and according to Konami, the patch is expected to be released tomorrow. Unfortunately details as to what the patch will bring to the table is unclear, but presumably it will update the game to allow it to better take advantage of the PS4 Pro’s power and graphics, which should result in The Phantom Pain looking even more amazing than it already does.

It has been pointed out that The Phantom Pain is currently a free download as one of October’s PlayStation Plus games, so you’ll definitely want to check it out while it is still free if you’re curious about the game and the upcoming patch. The game was originally released back in 2015 and it is essentially the last game at Konami that Hideo Kojima was working on.

Konami still has plans for the Metal Gear franchise and has recently confirmed that Metal Gear Survive, the latest title in the franchise, is expected to see a February 2018 release.

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