Metal Gear Solid will not be a simple remake

Metal Gear Solid will not be a simple remake

The Metal Gear Solid saga ended with the release of The Phantom Pain in 2015, also marking the end of the relationship between Hideo Kojima and Konami. The result was the release of Metal Gear Survive and the subsequent death of the series, which left an unbridgeable void in the hearts of the players. Fans, in fact, are still clamoring for a new title, anxiously awaiting news from Konami. It has been rumored for some time that Bluepoint Games is working on the hypothetical remake of the very first Metal Gear Solid, with multiple sources to give credibility to this rumor.

Metal Gear Solid (1998) The insider KatharsisT, who believes firmly to this project, she recently added an interesting information: according to her, that of Metal Gear Solid will not be a purely graphic remake, suggesting that changes will be made to the contents. This is not a very distant possibility, especially when considering that a purely visual re-edition would make the final product not very modern, especially since the first Metal Gear Solid included controls and gameplay dynamics that today could be obsolete.

KatharsisT is showing positive, revealing that it believes Bluepoint is one of the most promising development teams in the industry. In fact, we remember how the software house worked on the excellent remake of Demon's Souls for PlayStation 5, as well as having created the HD versions of Sons of Liberty, Snake Eater and Peace Walker, respectively the second and third chapter, plus the one for PSP, on PlayStation 3, Xbox 360 and PSVITA.

Metal Gear Solid 3: Snake Eater (2004) The Bluepoint Games team has proven to have a lot of experience with re-editions and may actually be among the best developers to work on a remake of Hideo Kojima's beloved work . Moreover, let's not forget that just recently, at the same time as the acquisition of Housemarque, Sony had mistakenly published a tweet in which it also announced the entry of Bluepoint in the PlayStation Studios family and then soon canceled it. That something is actually in the works at Sony's offices?

On Amazon you can buy Metal Gear Solid V: The Definitive Experience at an affordable price, to retrieve the last two chapters of the series.

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