Konami is rolling out Metal Gear Survive co-op missions next month, while both daily and weekly missions are now live.
The co-op DLC will consist of Rescue Missions – a brand new mission type – due out on an unspecified date in March. The mode will have players team up to rescue soldiers in need of help.
“Cooperate and coordinate with your squad to go rescue soldiers seeking for help,” reads Konami’s press release. “Compared to Salvage Missions, those missions will require a whole new level of cooperation and team spirit.”
Meanwhile, the daily and weekly missions will drop “more rewards and have special battle conditions” to spice up gameplay with different strategies.
The game caused a bit of a kerfuffle last week, after it came to light that each new save file costs $10 to unlock. That’s in addition to its microtransactions allowing player to buy in-game currency to use on Boost Passes and other such trinkets.
Metal Gear Survive was released for PC, PS4, and Xbox One last week. You can read our 15 tips and tricks for staying alive, as well as 7 things the game doesn’t tell you – that you’ll definitely want to know – right here.
Or if drama is more your bag, you can check out the message from rogue Metal Gear Survive devs hidden in the game that appears to be a dig at Konami.
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