Now you can get the demo for much cheaper!
Let’s be honest here, for as well as Metal Gear Solid: Ground Zeroes played – and it played very well, single handedly restoring multiple people’s faith in the upcoming Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain – it was still only a glorified demo, and in that sense, a grossly overpriced one. Well, today Konami took the first step towards alleviating the issue of the game’s length by reducing the price to $20- it’s still a paid demo, but at least now the price can be digested a bit more easily.
Of note- this price cut applies only to the physical copies across Xbox 360, Xbox One, PS3, and PS4. The digital copies on Xbox One and PS4 are still $30 (although the digital copies for Xbox 360 and PS3 were always $20). Basically, no need to make this so complicated, if you want the game for cheap, just buy it physical. It’s a good rule of thumb to have all the time anyway.
Metal Gear Solid: Ground Zeroes released earlier this year, and was praised for its breathtaking reinvention of the Metal Gear Solid gameplay. It was ultimately a success, selling over 1 million copies worldwide. A PC version of the game is bound for Steam, due to release some time in December.