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Near the beginning of Metal Gear Survive, a list of soldiers is displayed in a cutscene, including a row for the player’s newly created character. Jed05 over on Twitter has spotted what seems to be a coded message hidden in this list of soldier names though, with a Metal Gear Survive developer sneaking in a message of support for Hideo Kojima and his team at Kojima Productions, currently working on Death Stranding.
Konami releasing a new Metal Gear game should be a seismic event in the gaming world. After the cloud of controversy surrounding Kojima's exit from Konami in the months before MGSV's launch though, many are keeping a wary eye on Metal Gear Survive. We'll have a review for you shortly, but in the meantime, we've taken a look at Metal Gear Survive's PC performance and optimisation.
You’d be forgiven for not having a clue about it, as it’s snuck past most people like a suspiciously ambulated cardboard box, but there’s a new Metal Gear game out today. Metal Gear Survive hasn’t exactly arrived with the fizzing excitement and fan frothing that typically accompanies a Metal Gear, what with most people still being really annoyed with how Konami handled the Hideo Kojima situation.
Metal Gear Survive is coming back for a second open beta, and this time PC players are invited. Hooray! The MG Survive beta will be a three-day test that runs from Friday, February 16th through to Sunday, February 18th.  
Ah finally, the big games are arriving. Nvidia’s just dropped its first big driver release of 2018. The GeForce 390.77 WHQL graphics card provides Game Ready support for both Kingdom Come: Deliverance and Konami’s Metal Gear Survive, among other goodies.
It would be fair to say the anticipation for Metal Gear Survive isn't quite at the levels we'd typically expect from a Metal Gear game. From from it, in fact. Once Kojima jumped ship and #f**KKonami really took off, the series practically died there and then.
Plot twist: Metal Gear Survive is actually a secret numbers game all along. Konami’s revealed the first look at the single-player campaign in an extensive new gameplay trailer, and it’s all hit points, gear, stats, loot and base building; the player frantically foraging the environment for vital supplies while fending off the zombie threat.
Despite being playable completely solo, Metal Gear Survive will require a constant internet connection in order to play the game Konami has confirmed.
After going radio silent for a year, Konami has announced the release date for its controversial Metal Gear Solid spin-off - Metal Gear Survive. The PlayStation 4 and Xbox One versions of Metal Gear Survive will be launching on February 20th, 2018, in the US, and February 22nd in Europe. News on the PC version of MGS  had gone AWOL but Konami has just updated us with confirmation of a Steam release on February 22nd priced at £34.99.
Remember Metal Gear Survive? Well, at least Konami does. Sort of. Tucked away during Gamescom 2017 in Cologne this week, Konami released a stack of new screenshots for its co-op survival game desperately clinging onto the good name of Metal Gear. There was no hands-on gameplay to be found sadly, just some new images to remind us that yes, Metal Gear Survive is still coming. Oh how Kojima must be laughing right now.
Konami’s presence at E3 has been pitiful at the best of times, but this year they’ve outdone themselves. The usual Pro Evolution Soccer 2018 trailer was doing the rounds, but the only other notable event surrounding the controversial Japanese publisher was the announcement that Metal Gear Survive has been delayed.