Metal Gear Survive Still A Thing, According To Konami
In news sure to depress many a gaming fan across the world, Konami have confirmed that Metal Gear Survive is still on the cards and slated for a 2017 release.
In Konami’s latest financial report, Metal Gear Survive is still listed as coming out in 2017. If that’s the case, you can probably expect a big gameplay reveal for the game at this year’s E3.
Despite series visionary Hideo Kojima departing from Konami around the release of MGS V: The Phantom Pain, many fans were left angry, confused and even betrayed by this use of the license. A 4 player co-op game involving zombie like creatures and a portal to another world? Metal Gear Solid is weird, but that’s too much.
However, apparently the majority of the team who working on MGS V is on board for Survive, and it is believed that both game will share the same gameplay mechanics. If The Phantom Pain is anything to go by, Survive should still be a decent third person stealth/shooter. “Should”.
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