The original voice of Solid Snake, David Hayter, drops cryptic hints about Metal Gear Solid 4
Original Solid Snake voice actor, David Hayter, has once again stirred speculation by dropping intriguing hints about his involvement in something related to Metal Gear Solid 4. In a recent post on X/Twitter, Hayter shared a photo alongside a model of Snake from the same game, captioned with, “Had a pretty cool meeting the other day…”
David Hayter’s recent teaser regarding potential involvement in something MGS4-related adds another layer of intrigue to the actor’s cryptic messages, continuing a pattern that began with his enigmatic statement last month. In that initial message, Hayter hinted that “this is only the beginning” for the Metal Gear franchise, setting the stage for heightened anticipation among fans.
The actor’s earlier cryptic message aligned with the promotion of his upcoming retrospective video series, adding an extra layer of mystery and excitement for the Metal Gear community. The retrospective series is designed to delve into the iconic moments from the Metal Gear games, offering fans an opportunity to revisit and celebrate the memorable elements of the beloved franchise.
With the release of Metal Gear Solid: Master Collection Vol. 1, attention now shifts to the Master Collection Vol. 2, reportedly in development according to IGN sources. Vol. 2 is said to include Metal Gear Solid 4, 5, and Peace Walker.
While the entire collection is sure to generate excitement among Metal Gear enthusiasts, the inclusion of Metal Gear Solid 4 is particularly intriguing. The 2008 action-adventure stealth game by Kojima Productions has been exclusive to the PlayStation 3 since its launch. If Metal Gear Solid: Master Collection Vol. 2 expands its availability to platforms like PC, PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X and S, and Nintendo Switch, a new wave of players is poised to experience the acclaimed Guns of the Patriots for the first time. The anticipation among fans is palpable as they await further details on Solid Snake’s potential return in the next installment of the collection.