Metal Gear Solid 4 Sneaking onto PSN for PS3 30gb Download on Dec 16th

Konami announced the digital release debut of METAL GEAR SOLID 4: GUNS OF THE PATRIOTS via the PlayStation Network for the PlayStation 3 December 16, 2014, for an SRP of $19.99. The release marks the first time the acclaimed tactical espionage game has been made available as a digital download.

METAL GEAR SOLID 4: GUNS OF THE PATRIOTS is set in a battle-scarred future where huge conglomerates fight for supremacy using armies of handpicked mercenaries. This devastated world is seen through the battle-weary eyes of an older Solid Snake who is tasked with infiltrating a number of key locations across the globe, including the Middle East and South America. Snake’s story delivers a deep and involved campaign, filled with eclectic characters that push the aged hero to his limits.

Originally released in 2008, the groundbreaking METAL GEAR SOLID 4: GUNS OF THE PATRIOTS was the series’ first exploration of non-linear stages, heralded the addition of a remote-controlled ‘Metal Gear Mk. II’ droid — the revolutionary OctoCamo suit that allows Snake to blend in with his surroundings — and introduced an enhanced Close Quarters Combat (CQC) system. All of these elements have been carried forward and are being implemented on a larger scale for the upcoming, highly-anticipated METAL GEAR SOLID V: THE PHANTOM PAIN.

METAL GEAR SOLID 4: GUNS OF THE PATRIOTS for the PlayStation Network will be a 30 GB download.

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One comment

  1. Avatar of Atlas_Hope Atlas_Hope says:

    Confused as to why it’s being released for PS3 and not Playstation Now so PS4 users can experience it. $20 for the digital copy is more expensive than buying the retail disc…it’s just a bizarre move in my opinion.

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