Metal Gear Solid on PS5: an exclusive remake of the first part is in preparation

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A real remake of the game Metal Gear Solid (released in 1998 on PlayStation) is in the works, according to recent rumors. The game would be exclusive to the PS5.

Has Konami decided to relaunch the eternal saga of stealth games, initiated in 1987 by Hideo Kojima? Metal Gear Solid, the third installment of the Metal Gear series released in 1998 for PlayStation, will it get a full remake exclusively on the PS5 console? Sixteen years after Metal Gear Solid: Twin Snakes, released on GameCube in 2004, the precursor of stealth games would once again get a makeover. This time around, it would be a full-fledged remake, not just an HD re-release.

To full Metal Gear Solid remake on PS5 and remasterings for MGS 2, 3 and 4

This crazy rumor comes from RedGamingTech, a YouTube channel specializing in computer hardware that is often very correct about leaks of all kinds. In a recent video – which you can find below -, the youtubeur indicates that “according to one of his sources”, the “action-espionage game will be developed from scratch for PS5, and will also arrive on PC “. Information immediately taken up by almost all specialized sites, such as Tom’s Hardware, Wccftech or Game Rant. The YouTuber does not specify whether the game will be a temporary exclusive to the PS5 or not. Because indeed, Sony could quite secure this exclusivity for a few months, like Final Fantasy XVI.

According to the YouTube channel, Metal Gear Solid 2: Sons of Liberty, Metal Gear Solid 3: Snake Eater, and Metal Gear Solid 4: Guns of the Patriots will also receive HD re-releases on PS5. A story that is repeating itself, since in 2011, Metal Gear Solid: HD Collection already offered to remake several Metal Gear games on PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360. These reissues at the time offered better resolutions and higher frame rates. as well as the cost of trophies. In 2018 on PS4, Konami offered Castlevania Requiem: Symphony of the Night & Rondo of Blood, featuring re-releases of both games.

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