Metal Gear Survive single-player gameplay walkthrough, beta set for January 18 to 21

Participate in the beta to receive rewards in the full release.

Metal Gear Survive

Konami will host a Metal Gear Survive beta for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One from January 18 to 21, 2018, the company announced.

The beta will allow players to jump into co-op mode to build, defend, and fight alongside friends online. Users who participate in the beta will receive an in-game bonus including a Fox Hound” name plate, Metal Gear REX accessory, and bandanna accessory when the full game releases.

Additionally, Konami has released a new gameplay video featuring producer commentary that provides a first look inside the single-player campaign. The story of Metal Gear Survive picks up from the ending of Metal Gear Solid V: Ground Zeroes. Players are pulled through a wormhole and find themselves in a dangerous world filled with biological threats and hostile environments where they must survive and find their way home. Not only will they fight off deadly creatures, but also explore and forage the environment for food, water and other resources to stay alive.

Metal Gear Survive is due out for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC via Steam on February 20 in the Americas and February 22 in Europe.

Watch the gameplay video below.

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