Metal Gear Survive Begins the Post-Kojima Era in February

It's a new era for the Metal Gear franchise and it's set to kick off early next year.


What do you get when you take a Metal Gear game, but remove series creator Hideo Kojima from the equation? You get Metal Gear Survive. Konami is, in fact, going through with this and the publisher has a release date set.

Metal Gear Survive has been given a February 20, 2018 release date, putting it right around the corner. No other new information has been given, but there sure are pre-order incentives. Pre-ordering the game offers the Survival Pack, which comes with four gold-plated weapons, two gestures, four survival scarves, "Kabuki" face paint, a "Boxman" accessory, and a Mother Base nameplate.

Look for more information on Metal Gear Survive to show up in the coming months. The game is set to hit Xbox One and PlayStation 4. A PC version was also mentioned in the game's initial announcement last August, but was conspicuously not mentioned here.

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