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Metal Gear Online getting 'Meme' expansion, three new maps, two new characters


2:23 PM on 10.01.2008
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Yesterday, we were wondering why in the heck Konami were showing off Metal Gear Solid Online at Tokyo Game Show next week. Now we have our answer: they're bringing the second downloadable expansion with them!

Revealed in Famitsu this week, the "Meme Expansion" comes with three news map: "Silo Sunset," "Forest Firefight," and "Winter Warehouse." The names alone should give a good idea what what to expect for each; "Silo Sunset" may remind some of the Silo stage from the PlayStation Portable title, Metal Gear Solid: Portable Ops

The pack also comes with two new playable characters, Liquid Ocelot and Mei Ling. 

No details on price or release date, but seeing as how the expansion will be playable at TGS, we should know more soon. 






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