Metal Gear Solid has been quiet for the past few years, excluding occasional rumors. While Silent Hill has already received concrete updates, something is still roiling about Metal Gear Solid.
Konami has been great at putting popular games on hold for long periods of time. That has already changed with Silent Hill, and some games are in the works and have already been announced. Now Metal Gear Solid is shifting somewhat.
Quinton Flynn, who has served as Raiden's spokesperson in several sections of the series, has spilled the beans. Flynn replied that fans should keep an eye on the release of Metal Gear Rising on June 10th.
Since Raiden isn't in the game, it might be less of an issue. In any event, it's open whether it's about old games or a completely different part. There were rumors of remasters of the first three games in the series a few months ago.
Konami had let the brand lie fallow for a long time, at least since Hideo Kojima's departure after Metal Gear Solid V: Phantom Pain, there was nothing really new. However, the brand's rights remain with Konami.
So it will be interesting to see whether Konami has decided to launch an offensive similar to Silent Hill's. Silent Hill has already been released, most recently a remake of the legendary Silent Hill 2 by Bloober Team, which will be released for PC and as a time-exclusive for PS5 based on Unreal Engine 5.
Trailer for Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain – The Definitive Experience
The Phantom Pain is now available as a full edition of Metal Gear Solid V.