Konami Shows Off Metal Gear Survive Single-Player Campaign
Ron Perillo / 1 year ago
Konami has released a new promotional video for the upcoming Metal Gear Survive. This time, it is the single-player campaign with commentary instead of the four-player co-op mode. Plus, an introduction from the game’s producer Yuji Korekado. Much like the previous Metal Gear Solid 5, players will take part in missions. However, they are playing the role of a survivor of the attack on Mother Base from Metal Gear Solid 5: Ground Zeroes. In the game, players will have to forage for food and scavenge for supplies in order to build up a home base. The supplies and materials are then used to craft defensive structures. Survivors are also assignable with tasks to do within the home base.
Beta Test Available Soon
Metal Gear Survive will launch on February 18, 2018. However, players may be able to try out the game ahead of everyone else before the launch. That is if they participate in the beta test for the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. These take place from January 18 through January 21, 2018. However, only the co-op mode is available for the beta test. Gamers would have to wait for the full release to play the single-player campaign. Those who participate in the beta are also eligible to receive exclusive in-game items. This includes a Fox Hound name plate, an accessory Metal Gear Rex Head and an accessory bandana.