Watch the MGSV E3 2013 trailer at 60 frames per second

Eurogamer has posted a 60FPS version of the Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain E3 2013 trailer on their website.


The video can be viewed online here, but there is also a Download option (about half a gigabyte in size).

Hideo Kojima stated earlier that he is aiming for 60FPS with the next gen versions of the game.

Source: Eurogamer

  • MrVux007

    ok,i know some of you gonna hate me now ….but i dont see the difference between this trailer and the one shown on E3….or i got something wrong with the description Nyxus put ???

    • Nyxus

      Did you download it? Because sometimes it doesn’t really work over the internet I believe. You could also check the link in the source, there’s a more elaborate explanation there.

      • MrVux007

        Downloaded it and watched it….and must say i noticed little difference here n there….hopefully its only just work in progress…but doesn’t really matter to me since im getting it on PS3….would have buy PS4 if it wasn’t for that PlayStation Plus crap requirement for playing Multiplayer….found about that today ,such a sad day for me :(((

  • Joseph

    This really isn’t a organic conversion to 60fps, it’s just that software was used to optimize the frame rate. To get true 60fps, Kojima Productions would have had to re-render all those shots.

    So everyone this is NOT the real version of 60 fps that will be on next gen

    • Nyxus

      Oh… well, I’m not too knowledgable about all of this, I’m just reporting what Eurogamer posted (Konami also put this on the official MGS Facebook).

  • Walter Avila

    Thank you for give me another excuse to watch this again!

  • solidmatt

    I’ve done my best to wrap my mind around the whole mania for 60fps. I’ve watched side-by-side comparisons of 30fps vs. 60fps. But only in the most simple demonstrations, such as a box spinning in the air, do I notice any difference. And that difference is very minimal. Without the side-by-side comparison, I don’t think I would notice anything. The Eurogamer Nyxus lists as the source notes that the indoor scenes of MGS2 ran at 60fps while the outside scenes ran at 30fps. I sure as hell never noticed that. Did anyone else?

    I think the 1080p obsession is overblown too. If you read reviews of hi-def TVs, you will find that reviewers agree that unless you are sitting very close to your tv or have an exceptionally large television (at least 55 inches), the difference between 720p and 1080p is imperceptible to the human eye.

    So far, these two “improvements” have been the chief selling-points of the next-gen consoles. But the reality is, I think, that they are meaningless additions, put out there to make consumers feel they need a next-gen console.

    • Nyxus

      I kind of agree and I never (or barely) notice differences between frame rates myself. But the next gen consoles have more to offer than just that. They are simply a lot more powerful, which gives the developers more options and possibilities when making games.

    • chaks

      if you’re saying that is because you don’t have play mgsV Ground Zeroes on ps4. I have it on ps3 and ps4 and the difference is incredible…

  • Nekkedsnake

    I watched the eurogamer 60fps trailer as DAMN it looks sick. Even watched it on my iPhone and looked just as smooth. I proceeded to download it on my iPhone as well hahah.

    I believe some televisions are capable of bumping frame rates to something on par with 60fps. Would be interesting to play say a ps2 game on a tv like that and see the differences if any. I did notice a big difference tho when playing MGS2 and then moving on to MGS3 before the HD releases. I wondered why MGS3 didn’t look as smooth compared with MGS2.

  • PrinceHeir

    gonna download this now!!!

  • ObsessedGeorge

    I downloaded and watched it on my PS3! Though it looks like it’s not from in game 60fps, it’s just a conversion, it looks very good regardless! It should have been the extended director’s cut version of the trailer.

  • metalgearish

    Has anyone noticed that Big Boss now has the exact same scar as Zero’s. Coincidence? I don’t think so.

    • Nyxus

      I do think it’s a coincidence, I can’t think of an other explanation at least. But yeah, Big Boss seems to have a lot more scars there than he had before.

    • Ace Bautista


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