from Dominik Zwingmann
According to current rumors, a remake of Metal Gear Solid is currently being worked on. The new edition of the original from 1999 is planned for PS5 and PC. There is also talk of porting parts 2 to 4 for PC in the rumor. Fans of the series have long wanted a corresponding project. Who is responsible for the remake was not clear from the information.

Metal Gear Solid was released for PlayStation over 20 years ago. To date, the classic by Hideo Kojima has only received one new edition in addition to numerous ports – and that was also released over 16 years ago for the Nintendo GameCube as Metal Gear Solid: The Twin Snakes. Now rumors have surfaced on the internet revolving around a full remake of the original.

The information comes from the supposedly reliable swell of the RedGaming Tech YouTube channel. Also in ResetERA forum a user commented on the comeback of Metal Gear Solid. Since this is unconfirmed information, you should of course be careful with the details. According to the current rumors, Metal Gear Solid will be released as a remake for PS5 and PC. The successors up to Part 4 are also on the way as ports – but so far only the PC has been mentioned as the platform. Which development team is working on the games was not revealed.

As before, Konami holds the rights to Metal Gear Solid. Although there were last rumors in May 2020 that Sony might be interested in taking over the IPs of Silent Hill and Metal Gear Solid, Hideo Kojima himself denied these plans. Nevertheless, even before the last PlayStation Showcase, several rumors about a new Silent Hill from Sony Japan surfaced.

Age rating in Taiwan gives further indications of MGS comeback

Appropriate to the rumors were Metal gear, Metal Gear Solid and also Metal Gear Solid 2: Substance in Taiwan with an age rating. The titles are currently only listed for the PC. These also seem to be all ports. The re-release of the games could therefore take place shortly.

via PushSquare / Gematsu

Supports PC Games – it only takes a minute. Thank you!

We give all readers daily free news, articles, guides, videos and podcasts on their favorite games. So far we have financed this site through advertising and kept it as free of clickbaits or paid items as possible, but since COVID-19 this has become increasingly difficult. Many companies are cutting or cutting their advertising budgets for 2020. Budgets that we unfortunately have to rely on if we want to continue to offer PC games free of charge as usual in the future.

For this reason we turn to you now. As a PC Games supporter, you can support us so that we can continue to offer our content in the usual form free of charge without introducing a paywall or publishing clickbait news like "And you won't believe what happened next …" . Every contribution, large or small, is valuable.

Support now

We thank you in advance.

Metal Gear Solid 5 – The Phantom Pain: Video test of the open world sneak

Also popular with PC games readers Metal Gear Solid: Update on the movie - fans have to wait a while (1) "src ="

Metal Gear Solid: Film update – fans still have to wait

According to a new interview with director Jordan Vogt-Roberts, fans will have to wait some time for Metal Gear Solid to be screened. Fahrenheit enriched the interactive film genre and paved the way for later similar titles from Quantic Dream, such as Heavy Rain. "Src =" games_b2teaser_169.jpg

Localized Games: Good Synchros, Bad Synchros

In Germany in particular, buyers want localized games, not just in text but also in sound. This often works more badly than right. Metal Gear Solid: Oscar Isaac wants to have the role of Solid Snake in the movie (1) "src ="

Metal Gear Solid: Oscar Isaac wants to play Solid Snake in the movie

Oscar Isaac revealed in an interview that he would take on the role of Solid Snake in the movie for Metal Gear Solid.

(*) We have marked affiliate links with an asterisk. We receive a small commission for a purchase via our link and can thus partially finance the free website with this income. There are no costs for the user.