This trailer offers a
look at single-player gameplay from Metal Gear Survive, and features commentary
from game producer Yuji Korekado. Word is this Metal Gear Solid V
survival spinoff is
coming to PC and consoles on February 20th following a co-op beta in January
that's only coming to consoles. In addition to showing off the single-player
campaign, the clip also introduces the Base Camp and discusses its role in co-op
as well as solo play. Here's word:
This afternoon Konami revealed a first
look at the single-player campaign for METAL GEAR SURVIVE through a new gameplay
video with producer commentary via Konami’s official
YouTube channel. The video introduces basic survival and gameplay mechanics
while showing key action sequences.
Additionally, METAL GEAR SURVIVE will be holding a beta from January 18th-21st,
2018. Players will have a chance to jump into co-op mode to build, defend and
fight alongside friends online. The Beta will be available to download for PS4
and Xbox One players. Participants will also receive an in-game bonus redeemable
with the purchase of the full game. Bonus items include a FOX HOUND name plate,
an accessory Metal Gear REX Head and Accessory bandana.
The release of METAL GEAR SURVIVE will follow for PlayStation®4, Xbox One™ and
PC via Steam on February 20th, 2018.
METAL GEAR SURVIVE picks up from the final stages of METAL GEAR SOLID V: GROUND
ZEROES. Players are pulled through a wormhole and find themselves in a dangerous
world filled with biological threats and hostile environments where they must
survive and find their way home. Not only will they fight off deadly creatures,
but also explore and forage the environment for food, water and other resources
to stay alive.