Along with its graphical options and settings.
Metal Gear on PC is not new. The original Metal Gear game, way back in the 1980s, was developed for the MSX PC standard in Japan, as was the sequel; Metal Gear Solid was eventually ported to PCs as well. So Metal Gear Solid V: Ground Zeroes (and eventually, The Phantom Pain) being on PC isn’t the franchise charting new waters as much as it is sort of a homecoming.
That said, it’s been a long time since Metal Gear was on PC, so everyone has been curious to see how it would do in the transition. On the one hand, Kojima is a demanding perfectionist, and won’t take anything less than flawless; on the other hand so many other Japanese games suffer so terribly in the transition to PC, such as Dark Souls.
Well, wonder no more, as here, we have the game running on PC, livestreamed, as well as all the options that the PC version of the game will have.