Insider Tom Henderson, the author of the Insider Gaming portal, shared information about the remake of the cult stealth-action game Metal Gear Solid 3: Snake Eater by Konami, which has not yet been officially announced.
Sources from the VGC portal had already mentioned Konami's plans to refresh MGS 3 back in the fall of 2021. According to rumors, the Chinese studio Virtuos was responsible for the remake. It was supposed to be showcased at E3 2023 in June, but the event was canceled.
Recently, Nick Baker, the host of the XboxEra podcast, stated that the MGS 3 remake would be featured at the May PlayStation Showcase and would have an exclusive status. Jez Corden, the editor of Windows Central, also heard about this.
However, according to Henderson's sources from Insider Gaming, the Metal Gear Solid 3: Snake Eater remake will not be a PlayStation exclusive after all. According to the information he obtained, the remake is planned for release on PC (Steam), PS5, Xbox Series X, and S.
As for its appearance at the PlayStation Showcase, Henderson's information suggests that only a teaser trailer for the remake will be shown at the May gaming presentation. The updated version of MGS 3 is expected to be released in 2024.