Last Chance To Play Metal Gear Survive Beta On PS4, Xbox One, And PC
Try the Metal Gear spin-off before it releases next week.
If you missed out on the previous Metal Gear Survive beta, you have one more chance to try the Metal Gear spin-off out ahead of its release next week. Konami is holding a second Metal Gear Survive beta, which is available now on PS4, Xbox One, and--for the first time--PC via Steam.
The beta features three missions set across two maps, which can be played cooperatively with up to four players. In addition to that, Konami is offering special daily missions for the duration of the beta. Everyone who participates in the trial will also receive three bonus cosmetic items in the full game: a FOXHOUND name plate, Metal Gear Rex Head accessory, and a bandana.
The beta runs on all platforms until February 18. It uses the same client as the previous beta, so players who already have that installed on their consoles won't need to download it again, although you'll need to download a patch for the client before you're able to participate.
Metal Gear Survive releases for PS4, Xbox One, and PC in the Americas on February 20, with a worldwide launch following on February 22. The game is notable for being the first Metal Gear title released since series creator Hideo Kojima parted ways with the company back in 2015. Konami also recently confirmed that Metal Gear Survive will require a constant internet connection and contains microtransactions.
If this is your first time trying the stealth-survival game, we've put together a guide on making it through the Metal Gear Survive beta. We also explain how Metal Gear Survive's class system works and shared our hands-on impressions of Metal Gear Survive's story mode.
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