Konami is reportedly turning to outside developers for new Metal Gear, Castlevania, and Silesian games

Konami is reportedly turning to outside developers for new Metal Gear, Castlevania, and Silesian games

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  • Apparently a remake of the classic Metal Gear Solid – or the third entry in the series, Snake Eater – is also in the pipeline with Singapore’s Virtuos reportedly at the helm. VGC also reports that Konami has plans to release remasters of the original Metal Gear Solid titles.

  • That’s according to VGC, which reports that the company is making a new Castlevania title internally, with the assistance of some local external studios. This game is apparently a “reimagining.”

Finally, the outlet says that a new Silent Hill project could be announced at some point in 2022. Said title has apparently been outsourced to “a prominent Japanese developer.”

In January 2021, Konami restructured its development teams though said that it had no plans to drop out of the video games market.

News about a fresh entry in the Silent Hill franchise have been swirling for some time now, with Poland’s Bloober Team having to play down speculation that it is working on said title. Konami announced a partnership with the studio in June of this year.

 

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