The rumored Metal Gear Solid 3 remake is real and it has a multiplatform release according to reports. Ad with the reports, someday you will even get to crawl through the rain.
Metal Gear Solid 3 Remake
According to several reports, the rumored Meta Gear Solid 3 remake is quite real and it is also slated for a multi-platform release.
In the absence of any real Metal Gear Solid 6 news, it now looks like we will be getting the next best thing. Windows Central has now reported that the iconic stealth action title will be getting a “modern makeover as part of Konami’s push to return to Triple-A gaming.”
Jez Corden of Windows Central further went on to say that he has “now been able to hard-confirm that the remake is real, and [that] it’s coming to Xbox and PC as well as PlayStation.” And what’s more, it now seems “almost certain” that the remake will be announced at the upcoming PlayStation Showcase that is set to air on May 24.
Metal Gear Solid 3 Story And Gameplay
Metal Gear Solid 3 as you should know is one of the best single-player games that have ever been made, telling a melodramatic and yet grounded story of Cold War intrigue. The game in question follows a legendary soldier, codename Naked Snake, as he infiltrates a jungle that is Soviet-controlled with the primary goal of tracking down a defective agent, who then turns out to be his mentor. The game is an emotional, action-packed but yet surprisingly cerebral thrill ride, that is full of memorable boss fights as well as bold gameplay innovations which, in the intervening time, have become quite a standard practice for the best stealth and best survival games.
Meta Gear Solid 3 Platforms
This however will not be the first time that Meta Gear Solid 3 has enjoyed quite a glow-up ever since its initial release way back in 2004. The game over the years has been released on PS3, Xbox 360, PlayStation Vita as well as the Nintendo 3DS. And for those persons that are looking to experience the game in the meantime, it is available at the moment as part of the Metal Gear Solid 2+3 HD Collection, and accessible via Xbox’s backward compatibility efforts.
The Game Developer
Hideo Kojima, which as you should know is the developer behind the Metal Gear series, has for long since left Konami, which, even to this day, retains the rights to the IP. And in practical terms, this simply means that Metal Gear Solid 5: The Phantom Pain, which is the last Metal Gear that Kojima was involved with, is very much likely to stand as the last Metal Gear game that gets to stay true to the ethos and the feel of the original.
Metal Gear in the Gaming Industry
However, although Kojima himself has moved on to other titles such as the likes of Death Stranding, the classic Metal Gear titles still remain as relevant and enjoyable today as they ever were from the jump. Metal Gear Solid 3 as you already should know is regarded by many in the industry as the strongest title in the series, and with the prospect of a remake with all of the modern bells and whistles, it is very much likely to excite fans all over the world.
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