'Metallic Gear On-line' provides a little bit of sabotage subsequent month
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Regardless of what you may assume, Metallic Gear mastermind Hideo Kojima‘s unceremonious departure from writer Konami will not have an effect on how Metallic Gear On-line performs out. To wit, the corporate’s bolstering the quantity of publish-launch add-ons for the adversarial multiplayer suite subsequent month as a part of a “dedication” to the sport’s followers. A trio of latest maps and a playable model of the attention-rollingly-designed sniper Quiet might be obtainable in March for $four within the “Cloaked in Silence” pack, whereas a quartet of emote packs will promote for $2 every.
There’s additionally a free recreation sort dubbed “Sabotage” en route that sadly doesn’t contain aviator sun shades or big mustaches, however as an alternative has you destroying or fultoning an enemy missile (just like the bear above) earlier than time runs out.
Oh, and in contrast to what Activision is doing to final-gen Name of Obligation gamers, these add-ons will probably be obtainable throughout all platforms.
With this, along with the “Outer Rim” enlargement inbound for Star Wars Battlefront, it appears like March is formally the month of content material updates for final fall’s huge multiplayer video games. Or not — the web-solely Tom Clancy’s The Division launches subsequent month, too.