Konami has released a version of the Metal Gear Solid 5: The Phantom Pain E3 gameplay presentation that runs at 1080p and in 60 frames per second.
The ability to display videos in this format was recently introduced by YouTube and means that users can now upload videos of games that render in 60fps and watch a 'true' representation on YouTube. Previously, the Google-owned web video service could only render in 30fps.
Kojima said in January that The Phantom Pain will be hundreds of times larger than Metal Gear Solid V: Ground Zeroes, and he used today's event to reveal the scale of the world map in comparison to past series entries (image via Gematsu):
No official release date has been set for Phantom Pain, but Kojima told Famitsu last November he would likely launch the game "around the time" that PS4 becomes widely adopted.
Note: The video will only run at 1080/60 if your device is capable of displaying it.