Metal Gear Survive Requires An Internet Connection To Play On All Platforms
Metal Gear Survive is already not in the good graces of Metal Gear fans and Konami has revealed that the game requires an internet connection to run it, however, it is unknown if the game requires a constant connection or just at the start-up.
As noted by a NeoGaf user, Metal Gear Survive website contains a disclaimer that “an internet connection is required to play the game”. However, given that the game is a co-op survival it makes sense that it requires an internet connection and possibly a constant internet connection.
Also, a Metal Gear Solid movie is in the works. According to the director, himself Metal Gear movie will be massive and added that for this to happen, it needs to be made in the right way.
I think it’d be a massive film, I think it’d be an incredible film, but it needs to be done in a way that completely honors what Metal Gear is because it’s a classic and it’s a seminal work not just in video games, but in media.
There is no doubt that Vogt-Roberts is very enthusiastic about the Metal Gear Solid movie. Recently, he revealed that he won’t make a Metal Gear movie in which there is no Cyborg Ninja.
He further talked about the possibility of fourth wall breaking in the movie but said that to him it is less important compared to “walking philosophies and ideologies” of characters. It is still unknown when the Metal Gear Solid movie will go into production but one thing is for sure that fans are excited about it.
Metal Gear Survive is a co-op survival action game and it will be available for Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and PC in February 2018.