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Metal Gear: Survive TGS Demo

Metal Gear: Survive TGS Demo

Metal Gear: Survive TGS Demo

Metal Gear: Survive TGS Demo

 

Last month Konami announced their first post-Kojima Metal Gear game, attempting to prove to Metal Gear fans the world over that the series is not dead and that the company has not left the gaming arena. 

Below we have the first gameplay footage for Metal Gear Survive, a Co-op Survival game that takes place in an alternate universe to the main Metal Gear series. This game will not include Snake, Big Boss or any characters that fans know and love, or do anything to forward or even retell the story of Metal Gear. 

In essence, this game looks like a quick cash-in, using the existing Metal Gear Solid V Fox Engine and making a simple horde based survival game with some stealth and base building elements. 

 

In this world exclusive, METAL GEAR SURVIVE takes to the stage for the first time at TGS 2016. Join a squad of four players as they work together on a mission to infiltrate a dilapidated compound and then defend it from the onslaught of relentless creatures. Using co-op stealth, infiltration and defense tactics, and special new equipment and weapons, the squad provides a glimpse of both new and familiar survival gameplay elements that form METAL GEAR SURVIVE.

 

In my opinion, if Konami wanted to redeem themselves in the eyes of the fans they needed to create a mainline Metal Gear Solid game, even if it was just a retelling of some of the original games like Metal Gear Solid or Metal Gear Solid II: Sons of Liberty. 

A modern day remake of Metal Gear Solid using the Fox Engine would have been a great entry point into the series for new gamers as well as allow Konami to create a new Metal Gear Solid game without disrupting the rather complex Metal Gear timeline. 

While Metal Gear: Survive does have some interesting gameplay elements, it feels like a multiplayer mode for Metal Gear Solid 5 than a fully-fledged retail release. 

 

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