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Metal Gear Online 2 gets three new maps on PC

Bullet Club

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Metal Gear Online 2 gets three new maps on PC​


The team behind the Metal Gear Online 2 PC project has shared a new update that adds three new maps to it. In order to celebrate this, the team also released a new trailer that you can find below.

Metal Gear Online 2 PC is basically a project/service that allows you to play the multiplayer mode of Metal Gear Solid 4: Guns of the Patriots on PC using the RPCS3 emulator.

As we’ve already stated, Konami has taken down the official PS3 servers for Metal Gear Online 2. As such, the owners of the original PS3 game cannot play it on their consoles. However, and by using RPCS3, PC gamers can play and enjoy Metal Gear Online 2.

The three new maps that have been added to the game are Jade Junction, Perilous Palace, and Quaint Quarrel.

You can register for MGO2 via its official website. Below you can also find an installation guide video.





Source: DSOG
 
One of the best multiplayer games of all time, I still play on PS3 from time to time, very small but active enough community.

There’s no way this would be able to run on a steam deck, right? Also, I’m assuming this is a no, but does it have survival tournament nights on Thursdays and Saturdays like it did on PS3?
 
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Yeah MGO2 gameplay is infamously horrible. Thats why there is a dedicated group of fans jumping through hoops to continue playing it 14 years later, because its bad.
 

zombrex

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Easily one of the best multiplayer games ever. Spent hundreds of hours playing capture and rescue and enjoyed countless early mornings in the tournament mode grinding out points for the reward shop. The game also had some of the most unique and fun multiplayer modes ever like sneaking mission, team sneak and especially stealth deathmatch.
It was a pity the MGSV multiplayer was a soulless husk of the former game.
 
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Easily one of the best multiplayer games ever. Spent hundreds of hours playing capture and rescue and enjoyed countless early mornings in the tournament mode grinding out points for the reward shop. The game also had some of the most unique and fun multiplayer modes ever like sneaking mission, team sneak and especially stealth deathmatch.
It was a pity the MGSV multiplayer was a soulless husk of the former game.

I wonder if BR games got their idea from MGO, stealth deathmatch has a shrinking map. I’m not aware of any older games that had it.
 

Droxcy

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I spent an insane amount of hours playing it might get it on this, every time it comes around I always forget to install everything. Also the joys of early content creation in early 2000s

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Easily one of the best multiplayer games ever. Spent hundreds of hours playing capture and rescue and enjoyed countless early mornings in the tournament mode grinding out points for the reward shop. The game also had some of the most unique and fun multiplayer modes ever like sneaking mission, team sneak and especially stealth deathmatch.
It was a pity the MGSV multiplayer was a soulless husk of the former game.
For me all 3 MGOs were really truly fun and unique experiences that other games have a hard time replicating or have barely come close to, thanks to Kojima's way of making his gameplay so different than other action/stealth games.
 
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