Konami Announces Second Beta for Metal Gear Survive

Konami Announces Second Beta for Metal Gear Survive

Konami has announced that a second beta is on the way for the first Metal Gear game following the break-up between the Japanese publisher and series creator Hideo Kojima.

The beta will feature three missions, two maps, played in co-op mode for up to four players. This second beta will have the same content, including special daily missions.

The beta participation bonus will be available for download upon purchasing the full game.

Players who downloaded and still have the 1st beta on their PS4 or Xbox One do not need to redownload the beta, but these players will automatically download a patch before playing.

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The second beta for Metal Gear Survive will begin on February 16 and will run till February 18. In the single player campaign, players will learn resource management, character progression through base camp development, and craft useful weapons and equipment that can be utilized in the co-op gameplay.

Metal Gear Survive launches for PC, Xbox One, and PS4 on February 20.

Players will earn rewards for the full game like this FOXHOUND name plate. Taking place between the events of Metal Gear V: Ground Zeroes and Metal Gear Solid V: Phantom Pain, the remaining soldiers of the Militaires Sans Frontieres (Soldiers Without Borders) find themselves transported by a wormhole to an alternate reality infested with zombie-like creatures.