The PC version of Metal Gear Solid V: Ground Zeroes finally has a proper release date. Steam now lists the game as being available on 18 December 2014, a very long way off considering that it was announced that the next installment of the MGS series would be launching on the PC some time ago.
Konami has also revealed that the PC version of the game will support 4K resolution, for those with the gaming rig that is capable supporting that sort of thing. The press release indicates that this will also include more simultaneous light sources and moving models on the screen; along with increase shadow resolution.
MGS5:GZ follows Solid Snake as he attempts to infiltrate a Cuban military base to rescue hostages. Initial reviews pointed out that the game is extremely short if the player does not take full advantage of the open world nature of the game and the large number of side quests included. It will be something to see Solid Snake in full 4K resolution, something that other PC ports (like Final Fantasy XIII) should also look into.
There is still no pricing information about the Steam version of the game and, with the recent change to RM, it is difficult to tell just how much the game will cost.