Metal Gear Solid 3 Remake’s 2024 Arrival Hinted at by Sony

A Trailer Teaser Offers Release Windows for Metal Gear Solid Δ: Snake Eater and Silent Hill 2 Remake

In a sly revelation, PlayStation’s recent trailer teasing 2024 game releases has subtly confirmed the potential arrival of the Metal Gear Solid 3 remake, officially titled Metal Gear Solid Δ: Snake Eater (with the Δ pronounced delta), slated for the upcoming year.

The trailer, showcasing an array of PlayStation 5 games for 2024, discreetly included the Metal Gear Solid remake among the titles, raising anticipation among fans eagerly awaiting the iconic espionage thriller’s modernized return. While publisher Konami is yet to officially confirm a release date or window, the fact that PlayStation has disclosed it lends credence to the likelihood of a 2024 launch. IGN has sought clarification from Konami but awaits a response.

The same trailer also surprised enthusiasts by unveiling another major 2024 release: Silent Hill 2 Remake. This double revelation within a span of two minutes has set the gaming community abuzz with excitement and speculation.

Announced in May 2023 after persistent rumors, the Snake Eater remake promises a faithful retelling of the beloved original, reintroducing David Hayter as the iconic voice of Solid Snake. However, details regarding the voice acting situation remain unclear, with reports suggesting that Konami may not be recording new dialogue for the game.

Beyond the release window revelation, the publisher has also addressed the curious symbol in its name, clarifying that Metal Gear Solid Δ: Snake Eater will not be exclusive to PlayStation 5 but will also infiltrate the Xbox Series and PC platforms, expanding its reach across gaming ecosystems. As fans eagerly await further details, these stealthy revelations offer a glimpse into an exciting year for classic game remakes.