Published: Thu, March 01, 2018
Sci-tech | By Jackie Newman

Metal Gear Survive enters United Kingdom chart at #6, but…

Metal Gear Survive enters United Kingdom chart at #6, but…

It sure looks like some of the developers of the recently-released Metal Gear Survive had some stuff they wanted to get off their chest. It would seem that one or more developers chose to hide their pronouncement of allegiance to Kojima and his former development studio, Kojima Productions in the game.

Now that Metal Gear Survive is out in the wild, Konami has started detailing some of the new features it will be bringing to the game over time, with one of those features being a brand new mission type that will be coming next month.

Being the first in the franchise without creator Hideo Kojima, Metal Gear Survive was already in the firing line in the eyes of long term fans before it was discovered that the title would carry questionable microtransactions.

We doubt champagne corks are popping at Konami's headquarters, though - sales were an astonishing 85% lower than 2013 spin-off Metal Gear Rising, and "just a fraction" (to quote Eurogamer) of what MGS V: The Phantom Pain achieved at launch. It would appear that they have left an apparent easter egg which says "KJP FOREVER".

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The message is early on in the game; after entering in your own character's name, you're shown a clipboard with your selection alongside a host of other names.

There are also two soldiers on the list with last names beginning with "M" and "G" (for Metal Gear) and both are listed as KIA. Though this is likely due to the game still needing some work on console.

Naturally, gamers were outraged at being made to pay for the privilege of creating more than one character and highlights what companies would do when given wiggle room to take advantage of their consumers.

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