This week marks the release of the increasingly controversial Metal Gear Survive, with reviewers and players alike voicing their lukewarm impressions on the zombie/building online experience. You'll have another chance to check out the game's co-op mode for the next few days before its full release on the 20th. One reason why Metal Gear Survive has been criticized is due to its heavy use of microtransactions, with some costing as much as $50 at launch. Another open beta kicks off today on PS4, Xbox One, and PC via Steam, and will run until Sunday, February 18. SV Coins are the in-game currency that players can purchase with real world money in Metal Gear Survive, and to get 1,000 of them, players will have to shell out a minimum of $10. A single player campaign will be on offer, as well as four player co-op, as players do their best to survive against the never-ending waves of messed up "biological disasters". There's additional information, including everything you need to know about the game's online requirements and more at the official site.
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"Metal Gear Survive" is scheduled to launch on February 20 for the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC platforms. Now, you could choose any of the entries and still have a blast shooting undead Nazis with your pals but the most recent iteration is definitely worth checking out.