Konami has announced a second open beta on “Metal Gear Survive”. It starts shortly before the launch of the full version and also invites PC players to engage in “Metal Gear Survive” before releasing the title. We have the appointment and more details for you.
Konami Digital Entertainment has announced that the second open beta phase of “Metal Gear Survive” will be launched on February 16, 2018. This time, not only console gamers on PlayStation 4 or Xbox One can test the online mode and dive cooperatively into the game, also interested PC players are invited. The new beta phase runs from 16 to 18 February 2018.
“There are two levels of difficulty and special daily missions available on two maps, and participants of the second Metal Gear Survive Beta can also receive special in-game bonuses in the full version of the game: a Fox Hound name tag, a Metal Gear Rex headgear, and a bandana,” he said Konami in today’s press release.
Even the full version will not be long in coming. “Metal Gear Survive” will be released on February 22, 2018 for PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC via Steam. In the Pre-Kojima project you will be pulled through a wormhole as a player and find yourself in a dangerous world full of biological threats and hostile environments. “There, the player has to survive as he builds his base and makes his way back home,” Konami said.