Rumors of a Metal Gear Solid 3 remake continue to grow after its alleged developer updated its site to reflect increased involvement with Konami.
Recent updates add to rumors that a Metal Gear Solid 3: Snake Eater remake is developed by game production company Virtuos. The third game of the Solid metal gear is a fan favorite for many that acts as a prequel to the story-heavy stealth-action series. Rumors of Solid metal gear remakes have increased over the years, but with new updates and MGS3Twentieth anniversary on the horizon, the remake seems more likely than ever.
Konami has been officially added to game studio Virtuos’ impressive list of top game publishers, further adding to the rumors that a Solid Metal Gear 3 remake is in preparation at the studio. Reddit user disposabley200200 first spotted updating the Virtuos website, as reported by Insider game. The game production company has never worked with the Solid metal gear editor. Virtuos also recently added the FOX engine, which was used to develop MGSV and Pro Evolution Soccerto the list of engines he is experienced with.
The latest update is not the first time that Virtuos has been suspected of developing a Solid metal gear remake. Not too long ago, one of the company’s concept artists was spotted with a copy of The Art of Metal Gear Solid on their desk while recording a recruiting video, which some took as a clue to the development of the remake. Ongoing remake rumors are a testament to fans’ passion for the series, which has spilled over into other games like Ring of EldenSnake meme visions.
After metal gearThe creator of, Hideo Kojima, left Konami to create his own production company, the future of Solid metal gear the franchise became unknown. Kojima’s unique approach to development has helped the MSG franchise stands out from other action games. Konami will be hard pressed to find a director who could add the same style and quirkiness to a new installment of the metal gear franchise. However, since Capcom’s approach to resident Evilthe metal gear The series would greatly benefit from top-to-bottom remakes that prioritize maintaining the same spirit and quirkiness found in the original games.
Both Solid Metal Gear 2 and Solid Metal Gear 3 have been written off last year and made unavailable for digital purchase due to the inclusion of stock footage that was no longer licensed. To celebrate the series’ 35th anniversary, Konami announced that it was working to make the games available for purchase again. Hope Virtuos is working on a full version Metal Gear Solid 3: Snake Eater redo rather than just updating the original game for a re-release.