Metal Gear Survive Microtransaction - Survival Coin Prices

Metal Gear Survive Microtransaction - Survival Coin Prices

This is our guide to microtransactions in Metal Gear Survive, including a microtransaction prices list, and more.

There are microtransactions found in Metal Gear Survive, and they come in the form of Survival Coins, or SV for short. In our Metal Gear Survive microtransactions guide, we'll be walking you through a complete list of the Metal Gear Survive Survival Coin prices, so you know how far your money's going to get you.

Metal Gear Survive Microtransactions

Microtransactions were available in Metal Gear Survive right off the bat, and come in the form of Survival Coins, or SV, which are entirely separate from the Kuban Energy currency you’ll earn through simply playing the game. Survival Coins are used to make purchases that can affect not only your current Metal Gear Survive character, but they also open up additional options in the game, for example you can unlock a second character to play through the game with for 1,000 Survival Coins from the main title menu of the game.

If you head over to the Repository in your Base Camp and select the ‘Edit Loadout’ option, you’ll see four customizable loadouts for your current character, each of which you can change around as much as you like. To unlock any additional loadout slots however, you’ll have to pay 300 Survival Coins, unlocking up to eight optional loadouts for your character.

If you head over to AI Pod Virgil in the Base Camp area, you’ll be able to access the Survive Coin Shop, which will let you purchase a number of limited time bonuses for your Metal Gear Survive character. There are four Premium Pass Boost items, each available for 200, 500, 1,200, and 2,400 Survival Coins, and all of which will grant you boosts in gaining Kuban Energy and Battle Points, for an increasing amount of time. There’s also the Support Defender available for 1,000 Survival Coins, which you can purchase a maximum of three times a week. The Support Defender shields your Exploration Team while they’re out in the field, limiting the damage and they take and increasing the likelihood that they return to Base Camp unscathed.

Metal Gear Survive Survival Coin Prices

Just below, you can find the complete USD prices for Survival Coin purchases in Metal Gear Survive, whether you’re playing on the PC, Xbox One, or PS4:

  • 100 SV Coins - $0.99
  • 550 SV Coins - $4.99
  • 1150 SV Coins - $9.99
  • 3500 SV Coins - $29.99
  • 60020 SV Coins - $49.99

This is everything you need to know about the Survival Coin microtransaction currency in Metal Gear Survive, but make sure to head over to our medical crafting guide for information on how to heal yourself in the heat of battle, or our food and water guide for help on how to sustain your hunger and thirst meters.

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