TGS 2016: First Metal Gear Survive Gameplay Shown
Are you one of those people who's still unsure how to feel about Konami's upcoming Metal Gear Survive? Well, maybe what you need is to see some actual gameplay, and Konami has provided exactly that.
Earlier today at the Tokyo Game Show, Konami released the first demo footage for the co-op title. Lasting 15 minutes, it shows a squad of four players breaking into a compound and holding it against a swarm of the zombie-like enemies. There's no annoying, scripted chatter between the players to dampen it.
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"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."
The footage also confirms the appearance of the Fulton Cannon from Metal Gear Online, which can be used to take items back to your base or for strategic purposes as demonstrated in the video (it involves a sheep).
The mutliplayer stealth game will be released on Xbox One, PS4 and PC in 2017 and is the first Metal Gear to not involve the series creator, Hideo Kojima.