Metal Gear Solid 3 Remake: Konami Tells How Much Graphics Have Improved! [VIDEO]

According to Noriaki Okamura, the producer of the Metal Gear Solid 3 remake – Metal Gear Solid Delta: Snake Eater – under its official title, the game will “…provide the best survival, action and stealth experience”.



Although there is still no release date, Konami has decided to tease us about the long-awaited Metal Gear Solid 3 remake, MGS Delta: Snake Eater. After shocking the community with a trailer at Xbox Games Showcase 2024, the Redmond studio invited Noriaki Okamura, the game’s producer, to appear on its official podcast and delve into the vicissitudes of the experience.

This gave us the opportunity to learn about the development team’s ambitions for perfecting the graphics.

Because in the words of the pro, “Metal Gear Solid Delta: Snake Eater is more than a remaster. It is a remake of Metal Gear Solid 3: Snake Eater, originally released in 2004”. As such, Konami has committed to enhancing the experience without touching on the original story: “We will keep everything from the story and the game world, but we’re rebuilding it with state-of-the-art graphics and 3D audio,” Okamura continues. “Which really elevates the jungle environment and provides the ultimate survival, action, and stealth experience.”

“We put a lot of energy into the visual aspect of the jungle, which is present in most of the game,” continues the producer.

“We want the environments to look and feel completely sloppy and wet. We’ve also made much more realistic models for the plants and animals that Snake can eat, and we’ve increased the realism of the wounds you can get or the mud you get covered in. So you will really feel the harshness of the environment and your mission there.”


Metal Gear Solid 3 remake will offer two types of gameplay


This time, Konami focused especially on the visuals of Metal Gear Solid Delta: Snake Eater. But it is worth noting that the team also immersed itself a little in the title’s gameplay. Here, two game styles were revealed: Legacy Style, which is for those who want an experience similar to the original Metal Gear Solid 3, and New Style, which is adapted to more modern systems. In any case, we are really looking forward to the remake of the classic MGS 3. The big question is what today’s Konami can do with the game, especially without Kojima…

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