Rumors of a Metal Gear Solid 3: Carnivorous Snake remake has been reeling for years. Now we know all the fan speculation was not in vain. Konami revealed at Sony’s PlayStation Showcase that the PS2 classic is being modernized for PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X/S, and PC so players can enjoy it all over again.
The remake is titled Metal Gear Solid Triangle: Snake Eater and still doesn’t have a release date and the only real look we get of it is the Naked Snake crawling through a very dark forest. The solid metal gears Meanwhile, the Main Collection will launch this fall and will include Metal gear: Solid, Metal Gear Solid 2: Children of Freedomand the original carnivorous snakes.
“We are working hard for Metal Gear Solid Triangle: Snake Eater is a faithful recreation of the original story and game designwhile developing gameplay with stusharp and seamless images user experience,” the unidentified team behind the remake wrote in a statement.
News of a potential remake is first reported back in 2021 by VGC
announced that major moving company Virtuos would be behind it. The game is one of the major milestones in publisher Konami’s transition to console gaming. Remakes and remakes of other classics in the company’s portfolio are also rumored, including Silent Hill And Castlevania.
Fifth game in metal gears series, carnivorous snakes takes place earliest in the timeline and follows Big Boss during the Cold War in the 1960s when he became known as Naked Snake. It appeared on PS2 in 2004 and was eventually expanded in a version called Metal Gear Solid 3: Survival and ported to HD using PS3 and Xbox 360. Depending on who you ask, this is one of the best, if not the best, game in the series.
The remake announcement is less of a surprise after Konami revealed last year that Silent Hill 2 will receive the same treatment. Assigned to Team Bloober, that project remains controversial due to the rabid following around the original version and some negative reactions to the overhauled graphics and changes to the art direction for the games. new PS5, Xbox Series X/S and PC versions.
carnivorous snakes would certainly find themselves in a similar predicament, especially since the original director and lead screenwriter, Hideo Kojima, there was a sharp split with Konami many years ago. talthough recent examples like Evil 4 The remake shows it’s not impossible to faithfully bring a 2004 masterpiece to the present day.
Update 5/24/2023 6:23 p.m. ET: Added additional platforms carnivorous snakes redo is to come.
Update 5/24/2023 7:40 p.m. ET: Added statement from new development team.