Konami is apparently planning a big comeback of well-known series such as Metal Gear Solid, Silent Hill or Castlevania. This information comes from a recent report by VGC emerged. After the various restructurings within the company, Konami apparently wants to focus again on brand new games from well-known brands. They also want to rely on support from external developer studios. This also includes several Silent Hill projects, which were already reported on at the beginning of the year.

Konami is also working on a reinterpretation of Castlevania. The new game is said to be under development by an internal team in Japan – including support from some local studios. The return of Metal Gear Solid is also apparently imminent. In the past few months there have been rumors that Bluepoint Games – which now officially belong to PlayStation Studios – are working on a remake of Part 1. But this is not supposed to be the case. Instead, a Chinese developer studio is currently working on the series.

In detail, it is supposed to be Virtuous, which has already worked on many ports. The first remake did Konami apparently chosen for Metal Gear Solid 3: Snake Eater from 2004 – a fan favorite. In advance, however, the other games in the series should also appear as remasters for current platforms. Konami would like to talk about the projects in the coming year. The new Castlevania part will probably be the first to see fans. Just this week Konami released the PES successor with eFootball. Because of the massive problems, the game was given miserable ratings on Steam.

Those: VGC

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