After the announcement of the beta version last week, it’s time for the multiplayer version of Metal Gear Solid 5, Metal Gear Online, landing on PC now.
In a message posted by the developers of Metal Gear Online on Steam, Tuesday, January 19, they announced that the multiplayer version of Metal Gear Solid 5: The Phantom Pain, Metal Gear Online, has officially landed on the download platform Steam for PC gamers.
Since the announcement long time back last year, fans of Metal Gear Solid 5 have waited patiently for all the latest info on Metal Gear Online. This now arrives on their preferred platform, the indomitable PC!
The beta is now officially over, the Metal Gear Online multiplayer has finally arrived on the PC platform today. With the test phase last week, developers were able to fix some problems and balance the game better. In the announcement on Steam, the team says the development of the game does not end as long as for versions of PS4 and Xbox One of Metal Gear Online, they will add additional content through future updates.
“Building the future and keeping MGO alive are one and the same thing,” says the development team in the announcement posted on Steam.
If by chance you’re part of those players who have not had the opportunity to immerse themselves in the PC beta multiplayer of Metal Gear Solid 5: The Phantom Pain, know that you still have a chance to get a very nice little gift: 3000 GP (Gear Points). All you need to do is start the game and participate in atleast a part between now and 25th January.
Finally, developers conclude their announcement with “2016 is shaping up to be an exciting year for MGO!”
It is time to take part in the combat, in the team of Diamond Dogs.