Fans have brought the bizarre Metal Gear Online 2 back to life on PC

Hiding in a chest to deliberately fool an ignorant AI guard is nice. But pulling that trick on another human being – that’s the good stuff. Konami made the ultimate disgrace multiplayer kill route possible in 2005 with a multiplayer addition to Metal Gear Solid 3 called Metal Gear Online. Buying a network adapter to connect to the Internet on PlayStation 2 was a lot of work, so MGO didn’t last long: servers were dead by 2007. But Metal Gear Online 2 was different. It launched with Metal Gear Solid 4 from PlayStation 3, and people loved it. I still occasionally see posts about MGO2 being way ahead of its time, and fans definitely made it. big farewell When the servers shut down in 2012. Or did they?

Well, they did. Konami shut it down. MGO2 has been dead for a long time. But in PC games, nothing has to stay dead forever, and a heroic team of developers have brought the game to life with a custom version of the PS3 emulator RPCS3. It’s reborn, as you can see in the trailer above, as MGO2PC.

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