Directed by Hideo Kojima, developed by Konami and launched in 1998, the first Metal Gear Solid is one of the most influential games of all time.
When mixing cinematographic sensibilities With a complex argument that was also permeated with criticism of the world’s arms policies, Kojima revolutionized what at that time a video game could offer in terms of gameplay and narrative.
In 2004 the study Silicon Knights developed exclusively for Nintendo GameCube a remake which led by title Metal Gear Solid: The Twin Snakes and that implemented the game mechanics introduced by Konami in Metal Gear Solid 2: Sons of Liberty, title released in 2001 on PlayStation 2.
In addition to having new graphics and mechanics from the sequel, the remake boasted revamped cinematic sequences that were directed by the Japanese filmmaker. Ryuhei Kitamura, who by then had released the cult film Versus.
And now the rumor is circulating that another rehash of the first game is on its way and will go out in PlayStation 5.
The information comes from the channel RedGamingTech, where it is ensured that multiple sources have complete certainty that Konami is already working on this remake.
When in doubt as to whether it will be a remastered port of the 2004 GameCube rehash, sources say that is not the case, as it is a completely new remake created from scratch and with a view to coming out in PlayStation 5 and PC.
In addition to this, sources say that Konami will launch remasterizaciones of Metal Gear Solid 2, 3 and 4 and PC.
We need a second remake Of the first Metal Gear Solid, especially now that Kojima is no longer involved with the series or part of Konami?
The first remake divided opinions by the way the mechanics of Metal Gear Solid 2 they ruined the levels, whose design was not modified at all.
Then maybe it’s time to offer a rehash that fans old and new will love.