Latest Metal Gear Survive Trailer Shows Off Epic Zombie-Destroying Co-Op Action

A new trailer just dropped for Metal Gear Survive and this time it highlights the importance of a [...]

A new trailer just dropped for Metal Gear Survive and this time it highlights the importance of a solid co-op team! Taking on zombies, kicking ass, and just all around tearing it up in the Metal Gear spin-off title - you can check out the action yourself in the video above!

With the beta going on now, players themselves are getting a chance to see how Metal Gear Survive actually works in tandem with the franchise many have come to love over the years. With the latest video, it's hard to even see this as a part of the franchise, even loosely. That being said, it oddly works, if that makes sense?

The team behind the upcoming title have made it very clear that it is not a Metal Gear game as many were hoping for, maybe this is the distinction the title needs in order to drive that point home. It uses Metal Gear Solid V's gameplay mechanics, but it isn't meant to be the next big installment in the long-standing franchise. With our own hands-on time with the game, Metal Gear Survive was a pleasant surprise and though many are skeptical, I wouldn't count it out just yet as a grab.

The beta itself is going on now until January 21s, with the full game releasing for Xbox One and PC February 20th. For more about the story:

The year is 1975. Cold War tensions continue to ease, and the Vietnam War is in its final days.
The legendary mercenary Big Boss leads an army that belongs to no nation. Under the guise of a nuclear inspection by the IAEA, a hostile force known as XOF launches a surprise attack on Mother Base, Big Boss's base of operations. His soldiers put up a desperate fight, but their efforts are in vain, as Mother Base falls.

A moment after Big Boss escapes the area by helicopter, an intense light appears in the sky, and a wormhole opens over the base. The wormhole begins to suck up everyone and everything left, transporting them to some parallel world. A soldier who helped Big Boss get away is almost pulled into it as well, but manages to escape. A close friend of the soldier, however, isn't as lucky.

The soldier then mysteriously loses consciousness, waking up six months later in a facility belonging to Wardenclyffe Section, a secretive research organization of the U.S. government. A member of this organization, a man known as Goodluck, gives the soldier a special assignment with the following order:
"You don't get to sit this one out. You're already infected with that lifeform I was telling you about."

The soldier then travels alone to the same parallel world -- to find a cure for this infection, and to rescue those sucked into the wormhole half a year ago. Waiting on the other side is a hellish landscape where victims of the infection have transformed into grotesque creatures known as Wanderers. The soldier also encounters a member of none other than XOF, and together their bitter struggle for survival begins...

(via Konami)