Shifting metal gears.
In these 15 minutes of in-game footage, we see a squad of four players work together to infiltrate some sort of compound, all while crafting healing items, distracting zombie-like creatures with a floating sheep and building fences.
For as far as the footage shown above lets on, it seems as though most missions will be split up in two phases: a stealth-based infiltration phase followed by a defensive phase that relies heavily on base building and expanding your defenses.
In all fairness, the mechanics shown here look rather interesting, but we’re still skeptical as to whether this general theme will fit within the Metal Gear franchise.
Metal Gear Survive is expected to hit the shelves in 2017 for Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and PC.
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