Earlier this year, Konami supplied a very first teaser for Metal Gear Solid Delta: Snake Eater, their remake of the timeless PS2-era video game, and while it used some captivating images, it was brief on anything looking like gameplay. Well, today throughout the brand-new Xbox Partner Preview display, Konami offered a make over Metal Gear Solid Delta, flaunting real in-game environments. It's difficult to state if this certifies as "gameplay," however it's in-engine as does reveal Big Boss doing different Metal-Gear-style things. Mentioning engines, it's likewise verified that MGS Delta will be operating on Unreal Engine 5, instead of the Fox Engine that powered previous video games in the series. Take a look at the trailer on your own, listed below.
I understand it's constantly an excellent concept to be hesitant about anything Konami is doing, however ... that looked quite excellent? Lots of information, and it aims to truly catch the look of the initial Metal Gear Solid 3. I would still like to see how they'll be managing cutscenes though.
For those that have not been maintaining, Metal Gear Solid Delta is being established by a group at Konami itself, with assistance from Chinese port professional, Virtuos. Whether that bodes well is tough to state-- Virtuos has actually done some terrific port and remaster operate in the past. They've likewise done some not-so-great port and remaster work. We will see what we get here. Here's a quick authorities description of Metal Gear Solid Delta: Snake Eater ...
"Discover the origin story of renowned military personnel Snake and start to unwind the detailed plot of the famous Metal Gear series. Metal Gear Solid Delta: Snake Eater brings extraordinary brand-new graphics, immersive stealth action gameplay and sounds to its captivating story as gamers when again go back to the world of Metal Gear."
Metal Gear Solid Delta: Snake Eater is pertaining to PC, Xbox Series X/S, and PS5. A release window has actually not been validated. What do you believe? Impressed by this brand-new trailer? Prepared to deal with among the most renowned Metal Gear Solid video games once again, or do you not especially trust Konami with this remake?