Metal Gear Online PC is Still Under Development, No Need to Worry

By   /   Jan 8, 2016
Metal Gear Online

Konami LA/Kojima Productions LA recently closed its door which was concerning for fans of Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain. The studio was working on Metal Gear Online for PC, so concerns were understandable.

However, Konami has reassured us that there’s nothing to worry about. Yes, Metal Gear Online PC is still under development.

Fans can relax for the time being and wait for further announcements regarding Metal Gear Online PC.

Konami went through massive changes in 2015 and sadly none of them has brought any good to the company. Konami closed Kojima Productions LA, parted ways with Hideo Kojima, cancelled Silent Hills, released an unfinished game, and dived into insane amounts of bad PR.

The future of Konami and most importantly Metal Gear Solid hangs in the balance. Konami currently looks more focused on its non-gaming businesses. Lets see, what the future holds for Konami.

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