Metal Gear Solid 2: Sons of Liberty is a secrecy game created and distributed by Konami for the PlayStation 2 on November 13, 2001. It is the fourth Metal Gear game composed and coordinated by Hideo Kojima, the seventh generally match-up in the arrangement and is an immediate continuation of the first Metal Gear Solid. An extended version, named Metal Gear Solid 2: Substance, was delivered the next year for Xbox and Microsoft Windows notwithstanding the PlayStation 2. The story rotates around the Big Shell, an enormous offshore tidy up office seized by a gathering of fear based oppressors who consider themselves the Sons of Liberty. They request a colossal payoff in return for the existence of the President of the United States and take steps to obliterate the office and make a destructive natural debacle if their requests are not met. The thought processes and personalities of a large number of the enemies and partners change over the span of the game, as the heroes find a world-shaking intrigue built by an amazing association known as the Patriots.
The game had sold in excess of 7,000,000 duplicates around the world, and got recognition for its ongoing interaction, illustrations, and meticulousness. In any case, pundits were at first isolated on the hero and the philosophical nature and execution of the game’s storyline, which investigates topics, for example, the Information Age, memetics, social designing, political intrigues, control, man-made consciousness, existentialism, postmodernism, computer generated reality, and the interior battle of political liberty and opportunity of thought. Metal Gear Solid 2 has since been viewed as one of the best computer games ever, just as a main illustration of imaginative articulation in computer games. The game is often thought to be somewhat radical for managing subjects and ideas, for example, post-truth legislative issues, counterfeit news, elective realities, and reverberation chambers, that turned out to be socially significant during the 2010s.