Konami looks to be resurrecting its Metal Gear Solid series via ports of all the old mainline games that form the Master Collection (with volume one already out now), but a new report has reignited hopes the Japanese publisher still plans to give the original PS1 classic a full makeover. Areajugones (via Eurogamer) suggests that while Konami is prioritizing the upcoming remake of Metal Gear Solid 3: Snake Eater, the company "is still working on a remake of the first instalment".
The suggestion comes after talking to "multiple sources", with the site having supposedly leaked God of War Ragnarok DLC Valhalla prior to its announcement at The Game Awards, according to Eurogamer. It's reported the remake has been in development for "several years" but the developer at the helm is unknown. Though reports over the years have suggested the old Metal Gear Solid titles would be more than just ported to current-gen consoles, all we have so far is the first three in either their original form or the remasters released on PS3. There's also Metal Gear Solid Delta: Snake Eater, which is a full remake from Virtuos.
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