Konami: Metal Gear 35th Wedding Anniversary Relist of Old Titles

To commemorate the 35th wedding anniversary of Metal Gear Solid, Konami claims it is preparing to relist old titles in the series that were previously taken out from sale.

This arises from a brand name new Twitter message by the Japanese game designer. Although there is no concrete details until now concerning which components of the series it should be, several presumptions can be made.

Konami is bringing old Metal Gear games back to shops


Only at the end of last year did Konami eliminate both Metal Gear Solid 2: Sons of Liberty as well as Metal Gear Solid 3: Snake Eater from the digital service providers’ sales lists. The programmer assured us even then that they would function on positioning both titles in the online shop windows again in the future.

However, according to a report from in 2015, a remake of Metal Gear Solid 3 is also in development, which has actually not yet been revealed either. Most recently, Konami upgraded the trademark rights for Silent Hill, letting loose an avalanche of wild supposition regarding a new installment in the horror series.

Now it can be thought that the Metal Gear Solid titles that have actually been placed back for sale are most likely to be just those. Traditionally, followers of the franchise business have actually been pestered by the series’ somewhat more hard access on current consoles. Metal Gear Solid 5: The Phantom Pain is the only game in the collection until now that you can enjoy on both computer, PS5 and also Xbox Series X | S.