A report emerged today that Japanese publishing company Konami is currently working on Metal Gear, Castlevania and Silent Hill games with some of the company’s internal and external studios.
According to a VGC report through sources within the company, Konami is currently refocusing on developing games from its favorite and popular franchises, and the sources also confirmed that the first of these games is a reboot or reimagining of the Castlevania series being developed primarily by Konami’s internal studios.
The report adds that Konami plans to reintroduce remasters of the original Metal Gear Solid games and bring them to home consoles, as well as working on a full remake of Metal Gear Solid 3: Snake Eater, although Bluepoint has been speculated to be “the remake specialist for years.” The latest version of Sony”, but VGC sources indicate that Singaporean studio Virtuos “which introduced the Dark Souls Remastered version on the Nintendo Switch platform” will be working on this version of the remake.
These reports are supported
She commented after Sony’s acquisition of Bluepoint that the studio was actually working on a remake as well as an original game, but it wasn’t Metal Gear.
Sorry all, 100% not Metal Gear Solid.— Millie A (@millieamand) September 30, 2021
Finally, VGC reiterates that several parts of Silent Hill are in development by a “prominent” Japanese developer as the studio described it, and many believe that the Polish Bloober team is working on another Silent Hill game after announcing a partnership between the two companies.