Sony Reportedly Held Back Multiple Game Announcements At PlayStation Showcase, Including Upcoming PC Port
Sony had reportedly held back multiple game announcements at the recent PlayStation Showcase, including the announcement regarding a PC port of a first-party title.
According to well-known leaker, The Snitch, who appears to have access to videos set to private in the YouTube back-end, Sony had multiple game announcements planned for the recent PlayStation Showcase, including the announcement of a PC port of a first-party title, but the console maker decided not to reveal them due to unknown reasons.
The leaker claims that they knew about the aforementioned announcements in advance, and, as per them, them not getting revealed at the PlayStation Showcase was “super super weird”. They gave the example of a PC port of a first-party title that is set for release in July, 2023. It’s likely that some or all of these announcements were held back from the PlayStation Showcase so that Sony could also have a strong presence at Geoff Keighley’s Summer Game Fest event that is scheduled to kick off next month on June 8, 2023.
While the PlayStation Showcase may not have been as exciting as fans had hoped with regards to first-party games, there was no shortage of major announcements at the event. One such announcement was the reveal of Metal Gear Solid Delta: Snake Eater. The Metal Gear Solid 3 remake will be available for PS5, Xbox Series X|S, and PC.
In an official message following the announcement, the development team for both MGS Delta: Snake Eater thanked fans for their continued support. The development team is excited to be working on the remake of Metal Gear Solid 3: Snake Eater, a beloved chapter in the Metal Gear series. This remake will delve into the origin story of Snake. The developer’s goal is to faithfully recreate the original narrative and game design while enhancing the gameplay with modern visuals and a seamless user experience.