Metal Gear Survive Gets a Release Date


Konami has announced a release date for Metal Gear Survive, as well as info on its pre-order bonus that comes with a variety of in-game items, such as gold plated weapons, gestures, gear, and more. Metal Gear Survive will releases in North America on February 20th, Japan on February 21st, and Europe on February 22nd for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC.

Those that pre-order the game will receive the Survival Pack, which includes 4 gold plated weapons, 2 additional gestures, 4 metallic Survival Scarves, Kabuki face paint for your character, a Boxman [The Orange] accessory, as well as a Mother Base nameplate. There will also be a Digital Deluxe edition, which will include a soundtrack, Cyborg Ninja accessory, gesture, and seven-day premium boost.


Metal Gear Survive Delayed


Normally, I wouldn’t really post about this, as this game is a complete cash-grab and mockery of all that makes this series so memorable. But, it’s pretty damn hilarious. Konami has stated to Polygon that Metal Gear Survive has been “pushed back a few months” to allow for more polish on the game.

Metal Gear Survive was announced in 2016, and will have a mysterious single player mode, as well as multiplayer that will pit teams of players against zombie-like enemies. The game is set an alternate universe after the events of Metal Gear Solid V: Ground Zeroes, the prequel to Phantom Pain.