New Metal Gear Solid Master Collection Mod Adds Custom Resolutions, Ultrawide Support & More to MGS 2 and MGS3

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A brand-new Metal Gear Solid Master Collection mod includes customized resolution, ultrawide assistance, and more to both Metal Gear Solid 2 and Metal Gear Solid 3.

Some weeks ago we reported on AI-upscaled HD texture loads for both titles in the collection, and we now wished to share another fascinating mod that PC gamers will value. Developed by modder 'Lyall', the "MGSHDFIX" mod includes a number of brand-new functions to Metal Gear 1, Metal Gear 2, Metal Gear Solid 2: Sons of Liberty, and Metal Gear Solid 3: Snake Eater. The very first entry in the Metal Gear Solid series isn't supported at the minute.

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The highlights of this mod consist of assistance for customized resolutions and ultrawide assistance. A speculative 16:9 HUD alternative within Metal Gear Solid 2 and 3 that resizes the HUD and films. Increased texture size limitations in addition to the alternative to avoid logo designs. Modifications to mouse level of sensitivity within Snake Eater along with a mouse cursor toggle (in Metal Gear 1/2 and MGS 2 and 3). Consisted of is a borderless/windowed mode and adjustable anisotropic filtering within Metal Gear Solid 2 and Metal Gear Solid 3.

PC gamers who wish to offer this mod a shot can download and install it through Nexusmods here. On the description page of the mod, you'll discover setup and setup directions in addition to recognized concerns when utilizing the mod, consisting of some visual concerns along with some concerns connected to the strength of post-processing at greater resolutions.

Metal Gear Solid: The Master Collection Vol. 1 is offered worldwide now throughout PCs and consoles (consisting of the Switch). As covered just recently, recommendations to Metal Gear Solid 4: Guns of the Patriots, Peace Walker, and Metal Gear Solid 5: The Phantom Pain have actually been found in the video game files of The Master Collection Vol. 1, recommending that these titles may be part of The Master Collection Vol. 2. We'll upgrade you as quickly as more info about a 2nd Master Collection volume can be found in. In the meantime, remain tuned.

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