a new version of Metal Gear Solid 3: Snake Eater is officially on its way.
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Konami revealed a trailer for the remake, titled Metal Gear Solid Delta: Snake Eater, during the PlayStation showcase on May 24. The original game, released in 2004 for the PlayStation 2 and Nintendo 3DS, was directed by Hideo Kojima.
The cinematic trailer, which does not include any gameplay, begins with a close-up of ants crawling towards a dead frog, which is then dragged away by a bird. The bird flies through a misty swamp with gunshots ringing out in the background. The bird eventually lands on a log, where it is attacked by snakes and crocodiles. The camera pans to a tree in the background, to reveal Big Boss, aka Naked Snake, emerging from the water.
A release date for Metal Gear Solid Delta: Snake Eater It hasn’t been announced yet, though Konami has confirmed that it’s coming to PS5. According to the official Konami website, the game will also be released for PC and Xbox Series X|S.
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In addition, Konami has also announced the Metal Gear Solid Master Collectionwhich will bring the original versions of solid metal gear 1, 2 and 3 to “current platforms” in the fall of this year. the version of Metal Gear Solid 3: Snake Eater included in the Master Collection will differ from the upcoming remake, which is expected to arrive at a later date.
According to the Konami website, the Metal Gear Solid Master Collection Will will “allow fans to play the games as they were, as they were first released” on modern consoles.
rumors of a snake eater The remake appeared in October 2021, with Virtuos at the helm after a restructuring at Konami. Recently, more evidence of the supposed new version has been seen in the LinkedIn page of a leading software engineer at the Shanghai branch of Virtuos. The post indicates that from October 2018 to June 2019 he was working on an “unannounced remake of the 3A Action Adventure game.”
Most recently, in January, Quinton Flynn, the voice actor behind Raiden, strongly hinted that Konami was going to make a metal gear announcement in the coming weeks.
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