Metal Gear Solid SNake Eater Remake

Metal Gear Solid Snake Eater is getting an actually real remake

Delta, I guess?

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As part of the Playstation Showcase 2023, Sony has revealed that the Metal Gear Solid: Snake Eater remake is actually real. It is confirmed to be coming to PS5, Xbox Series X|S, and PC.

They’ve also shown off a teaser trailer that doesn’t reveal a whole lot. It starts off with a bunch of animals fighting each other, and then Naked Snake reveals himself.

Still, just the confirmation that this exists is a pretty big deal. The remake has been rumored for yonks now, and I’m sure many people will be excited by this news. I’m personally curious about what a post-Hideo Kojima Metal Gear Solid looks like, and Metal Gear Survive doesn’t count. Actually, this kind of doesn’t either, since it’s a remake.

The Metal Gear Solid: Snake Eater remake will be coming to PS5, Xbox Series X|S, and PC.


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