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Metal Gear Solid 3 Snake Eater remake release date, trailer, more

What’s your favourite Metal Gear Solid game? The one where he eats mangrove crabs, you say? Then you’ll want to know all about the Metal Gear Solid 3: Snake Eater remake release date. That’s right, Konami is finally doing something other than just making pachinko machines.

Personally, Voxel Smash’s favorite game in the series is Metal Gear Solid 2 because of Raiden’s luscious locks of hair, but that isn’t getting remade any time soon as far as we know, so we’ll have to settle for the Metal Gear Solid 3 Snake Eater release date – even if it is with a grudge.

Everything we know about the Big Boss jungle game is below. We’ll keep it updated over time with all the latest rumours and speculation, so make sure to check back because we’ll be adding to it right up until it’s time to play.

Metal Gear Solid 3: Snake Eater remake release date rumours

Metal Gear Solid 3: Snake Eater is rumoured to be released sometime in 2024. This information is according to the March 29, 2023 episode of the VGC podcast entitled “E3 or not E3? That is the question.” In this episode, video game industry veteran Andy Robinson talks about the insider information he has heard on when a remastered version of the classic game will be in our hands.

Apparently, Konami was eager to announce the MGS3 remake at E3 in June, but even though E3 has been cancelled, it is still thought that Konami will still officially announce the project in the summer. Snake Eaters remastered outing will then have a release date of 2024.

That’s everything we know about when we might get to play the Big Boss remake. For more guides, why not check out our Chained Echoes walkthrough? Or our Octopath Traveler 2 Waiting All Day and Night quest guide.

Metal Gear Solid Delta Snake Eater trailer and gameplay details

The Metal Gear Solid 3 remake has finally been shown in May 2023’s PlayStation Showcase. It is being called “Metal Gear Solid Delta Snake Eater” and will be available on PS5. Sony has also released a trailer for the game, which you can find below.

According to a tweet from the official Metal Gear Solid account, the remake “will faithfully reproduce the story and game design of MGS3, whilst adding new elements too.” So, fans who worry about too much being changed shouldn’t fret, because it seems like Konami knows not to mess with the formula too much.

Looking forward to seeing 60s Snake in 4k?