When you think of Snake and Metal Gear Solid, you’re mind probably drifts pretty quickly to the iconic ￼triangle, square circle and cross of PlayStation. Despite appearances on plenty of other platforms, Metal Gear Solid has been an icon for Sony’s line of consoles. It’s one of the highest rated series of all time, and finally we’ve been given a PC version day and date with the console release in the shape of MGS V. 12 year old me wouldn’t believe my eyes.
With that in mind, we were interested to see how Kojima Productions and Konami had handled the PC version. Whether there would be a preference for the console versions or a hastily thrown together port. The good news is, neither of these scenarios are true. As you can see from our benchmarks on the 750 Ti earlier today, Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain is a real performer, and that applies to all except the previous-gen platforms. Now it’s time to see how Nvidia’s latest budget card, the GTX 950, stacks up against the horsepower of Sony’s console. It’s time for Metal Gear Solid 5 PS4 Vs PC. [More]