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The PC-version of Platinum Games' Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance released on Steam this week, but it came with one problem: an always-online DRM requirement. As you can imagine, game owners were not happy with this development. Not long after the game was released, Konami tweeted that they were aware of the DRM requirement and they were looking into removing it.
Sure enough, Konami and Platinum Games have removed the always-online stipulation from the game, and owners can now play it offline if they wish.
Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance for the PC costs $29.99 and includes Blade Wolf, Jetstream, and VR DLC missions as well as the customized body upgrades for Raiden, which includes White Armor, Inferno Armor, Commando Armor, Raiden's MGS4 body, and the Cyborg Ninja upgrades.
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