Snake Eater is On The Way With Metal Gear Solid classic collection
From The Last Few Years Rumours Of metal gear solid 3: snake eater is moving around. Now makers of the game “Konami” revealed at the Sony PlayStation showcase that the classic ps2 game getting a makeover for the latest PlayStation 5, Xbox X/S, and pc. So all platform players can enjoy it.
There is no release date announced yet. All we know is that remake is called Metal gear solid delta: snake eater. The Metal Gear Solid Master Collection is set to arrive this fall and will include Metal Gear: Solid, Metal Gear Solid 2: Sons of Liberty, and the original Snake Eater.
The 5th Part Of Metal gear solid takes place bottom of the timeline and followed the era during the cold war in the 1960s. The Game Arrived on ps2 back in 2004 and its expanded version is called metal gear 3: subsistence. Later it was remastered in HD for ps3 and Xbox 360.
Developers of the Snake Eater remake
Metal Gear Solid Delta Is Devloppeing By Konami. Developer also released a statement on behalf of the development team behind the Metal Gear Solid Delta. “We are working hard for Metal Gear Solid Delta: Snake Eater to be a faithful recreation of the original story and game design while evolving the gameplay with stunning visuals and a seamless user experience,” the statement read.
Hideo Kojima’s involvement
Former Snake Eater developers no longer with the publisher, like director Hideo Kojima and artist Yoji Shinkawa, will not be consulted on the remake though. “involved in the production of the past Metal Gear series” will take a “central role” in development. Told By Konami To IGN
The Game remake news was first reported back In 2021 by VGC Which is Climed Mega Portiong House Virtuos Would be behind it. Metal gear is a milestone for Konami’s shift back to console gaming. Classic titles like Silent Hill and Castlevania are also rumoured.
The remake’s announcement is less surprising Because Last Year Konami revealed that they would get the same treatment as the Silent Hill 2 Game which is given to the bloober team. That project is controversial Due to the following around the original version and some negative reactions to the overhauled graphics.
Snake Eater will undoubtedly be in a similar predicament, especially given Kojima’s nasty divorce from Konami several years ago. He later founded a new firm, which included several former Konami developers, and the remake will be Konami’s first test of re-creating a classic without its original creator. Recent instances, such as the Resident Evil 4 remake, demonstrate that authentically bringing a 2004 classic into the present day is not impossible.
Update 5/24/2023 6:23 p.m. ET: Added additional platforms the Snake Eater remake is coming to.
Update 5/24/2023 7:40 p.m. ET: Added a statement from the new development team.
Update 5/25/2023 10:55 a.m. ET: An added statement from Konami about the development team.
Update 5/30/2023 2:52 p.m. ET: Added in information from Konami about Kojima’s involvement.