Though it has been several months since Metal Gear Solid V released, the online competitive multiplayer that released on consoles is only just making its way to PC... sort of. The online portion of Metal Gear Solid V will be entering a beta phase on Steam later today to iron out any unforeseen kinks that could be lurking in the PC version's multiplayer. The beta should be relatively short, though Konami hasn't stated when Metal Gear Online will officially release.
Konami's community manager, Robert Peeler, announced via Twitch that the beta should be going live at 10pm PST tonight, though it may be pushed back later by a couple of hours if issues arise.
Players need to opt into the beta by adjusting their beta preferences for Metal Gear Solid V in Steam.
On top of all that, a new map inspired by Mother Base will be added to Metal Gear Online and Konami is giving players the power to help name it. Suggestions need to adhere to the following naming convention: A color followed by a proper noun for a structure (i.e. Ivory Citadel, Silver Keep, etc.). Player suggestions can be sent via Twitter to @MetalGearOnline.