Metal Gear Solid 1, 2, 3 Remasters Reportedly In Development
Remasters for Kojima Productions’ Metal Gear Solid 1, 2, and 3 are reportedly in development, based on a new rumor.
According to Dusk Golem, who is known for his contacts in the game industry, the first three Metal Gear Solid games are getting the remastered treatment from Konami.
Dusk Golem states that MGS 1, 2, and 3 remasters are planned for release on all platforms, including Steam and consoles. According to him, Konami plans on releasing the new remastered versions of Metal Gear Solid 1, 2, and 3 will be sold separately, but if the trilogy is bought as a collection, buyers will get extra goodies in the form of MSX versions of Metal Gear 1 and 2 MSX.
According to Golem, multiple reliable sources have confirmed the aforementioned details to him on multiple occasions. He stated that he hadn’t originally planned on going public with details regarding Metal Gear Solid 1, 2, and 3 remasters, but he ultimately decided to do so, since others had already spilled the beans.
Metal Gear Solid is a stealth action game series developed by Konami originally for PlayStation consoles. The first entry was released in the year 1998. It was directed, produced, and written by Hideo Kojima.
In MGS, players assume the role of Solid Snake, as he attempts to infiltrate a nuclear weapons facility without being detected by enemies. An “alert mode” is activated when Snake enters an enemy’s field of view, as a result of which enemies are alerted of his presence. Once “evasion mode” starts, the player must remain hidden until the counter reaches zero, at which point the game switches back to “infiltration mode,” where enemies are not suspicious.
Players can use evasive actions that take advantage of Snake’s skills and his surroundings, such as crawling under objects, using boxes as cover, ducking or hiding behind walls, and creating noise to distract the attention of enemies. The radar cannot be used in alert or evasion mode. In addition to stealth gameplay, the game features set-piece sequences as well as firefights between the player and enemies.