A new patch adds beta version to help with glitches.
Metal Gear Solid 5: Ground Zeroes is available on PC and like most console ports, it has its share of bugs and glitches. A new patch has been released for the same though and Konami Productions LA community manager Robert Allen Peeler has outlined the fixes in a new Steam community post.
The patch is meant to specifically fix three issues, namely the camera movements with the mouse now correctly reflecting a change with the Y Axis being set to reverse; a “Low Memory” error that occurs upon launching the game within the first few minutes; and an issue where the game wouldn’t launch if some USB devices had been connected.
Peeler also discussed the patch’s ability to run the game in beta form, thus allowing one to check if issues still occur. “To download the Beta version, right click the entry for Metal Gear Solid V: Ground Zeroes in your Steam Library, and select Properties then click the tab for Beta.”
If the above issues have been seen before, Peeler suggests to “try the Beta version and check to see if any of the above issues you’ve experienced still occur.”