Since Hideo Kojima’s departure from publisher Konami, the Metal Gear Solid franchise has certainly not seen its best moments. During months rumors ring out about a possible new episode of the series, since Hideo Kojima would work on the license again through Sony, until a third studio worked on the franchise after Konami provisionally granted its rights.
Another strong rumor in recent months is that in fact a remake of Metal Gear Solid is in progress, something that is certainly all the rage in the industry lately. The voice of Solid Snake, David Hayter, suggested that a Metal Gear Solid remake could be in development for the current generation consoles: PS5 and Xbox Series X.
This statement, which is still a wish rather than a confirmation, was made by the famous voice actor on Dan Allen’s YouTube channel. Hayter said he was told a remake of Hideo Kojima’s classic may be in the works. “I thought it was just a rumor until the day before yesterday when I got a text from one of the informants, saying they heard it could really happen
If a remake is made, David Hayter acknowledges that Konami should probably re-register, due to the age of the originals. “They can’t use the original PlayStation because the sound card wasn’t as good as the current consoles,” he says, “on those old tapes you can hear the traffic going outside and all the noise in the room, because We did it in a studio, we did it in a living room. “