Today brings yet another gaming rumor that may or may not have any connection to Hideo Kojima. The talk today is about a possible remake of Metal Gear Solid 3.
According to GamesRadar’s reporting, the rumor originated with a video that was supposedly posted and then quickly deleted by Chinese developer Virtuous.
The video allegedly showed a tranquil, animated scene of greenery set against the sounds of nature and bird calls, and it was uploaded to the developer’s YouTube page.
This lasted for about 17 seconds before the screen went black and the bird calls were replaced by loud phone-line beeping that might as well have been Morse Code.
However, the fact that the scene featured in the trailer does not appear to have been constructed specifically for the trailer has really set the rumor mill ablaze.
One of Snake Fox’s Twitter followers confirmed that the clip was taken from a YouTube teaser for Unreal Engine 5. Others, however, are convinced that something significant is imminent after hearing the morse code beeping, despite some people wondering if this is all a misunderstanding or an elaborate hoax.
There are a few people online who have decoded the Morse code and confirmed that it reads “December 8, 1964.” There are two main points that make this so obvious.
The first is that a significant number of video game-related announcements tend to be made on December 8th, the day that The Game Awards will be held in the United States.
The second is that Geoffrey Keighley, the man in charge of The Game Awards, constantly brings up his close relationship with Metal Gear’s creator, Hideo Kojima. The third is that the year 1964, as shown in the date, is thought to be the setting for Metal Gear Solid 3.
All of this is purely theoretical at the moment. Such false claims are common, and Kojima no longer has any ownership or involvement with the Metal Gear franchise. Konami and (maybe) Virtuous are responsible for that, and neither of them has said anything negative about it.
The rumor that Konami was working on “new installments and remakes for its biggest franchises” first surfaced last year. There were rumors at the time that production on these remasters was already underway at Virtuous.
Possible hint about a Metal Gear Sold 3 remake
Metal Gear Solid 3: Snake Eater remake rumors have been floating around for a while, and fans who are used to the cryptic actions of series creator Hideo Kojima are willing to believe just about anything when it comes to his games and the rumors that surround them.
The Chinese development studio Virtuos, a leading candidate for the role of remaker, has been unusually quiet since it announced it was working on an “unannounced AAA action/adventure game remake” about a year ago.
Fans may finally have reason to be optimistic thanks to a minor point brought to light in a recent promotional recruitment video.
The video provides an inside look at the working conditions at the Montreal headquarters of the company, and the rumored Easter Egg can be found at the 1:10 mark, during an interview with concept artist Louis-Alex Boismenu.
On the desk next to Boismenu is a copy of “The Art of Metal Gear Solid,” which stands out because the only other game-related item in the video is a poster for Watch Dogs Legion, on which Virtuos previously worked.
It’s possible that Boismenu was just doing some light reading before going on camera, but the addition is intriguing nonetheless.
FAQs – People Also Ask
Are they going to remake Metal Gear Solid 3?
The original trilogy of Metal Gear games will almost certainly be remastered for modern PC and consoles. Metal Gear Solid 1, 2, and 3 are getting remastered for release before a complete remake of Metal Gear Solid 3: Snake Eater, as first reported by VGC’s Andy Robinson in October 2021.
Is MGS Twin Snakes a remake?
The 2004 stealth video game Metal Gear Solid: The Twin Snakes was created by Konami Computer Entertainment Japan and Silicon Knights, and it was released by Konami for GameCube. The game, Metal Gear Solid: Peace Walker, was released in March and is a remake of the 1998 PlayStation game of the same name, which was developed by Konami Computer Entertainment Japan.
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