Metal Gear Survive Gets a Six-Minute Single-Player Trailer


This latest gameplay video offers a butcher's at a number of key gameplay components in the controversial survival-'em-up, including base building and crafting. A departure from the gameplay for which the series is known, Survive's story picks up where Metal Gear Solid V: Ground Zeroes ended. Players are pulled through a wormhole and find themselves in a risky world filled with biological threats and hostile environments where they must survive and find their way home.

The trailer also announces that a beta for the game is set to begin on January 18 and players will be able to get a taste of what's to come. It certainly helps to have the Metal Gear Solid Vgameplay as an incredible base to start off with, but this new cooperative riff on that is a fresh experience. A new trailer via IGN demonstrates that single-player gameplay is about to be a pretty explosive and interesting endeavor, combining elements of resource-gathering, survival gameplay, and more. But there are new mechanics involving wormhole technology to help players build things to help them along the way.

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Konami announced that Metal Gear Survive will be out on February 20 in the USA and February 22 in Europe for PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.

Fans who want to try the game before then can actually do so next week, as a beta will be available by then.

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PS4 and Xbox One players from Japan, North America, Europe and Asia will have a chance to test Metal Gear Survive next week, on January 18, during the 4-day open Beta, which will last until January 21.

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