Okay, let’s cut straight to it – of course there’s not an all-singing, all-dancing brand new Metal Gear Solid video game coming from Konami this year. After all, we’re still waiting for them to finish the last one.
But! , there is coming from the company that’s due in Japan this autumn, and it’s taking its cues from Snake Eater, perhaps the most revered of Hideo Kojima’s long-running series. A new trailer for the machine reveals some all-new cutscenes – or, at least, old ones reimagined in an all-new engine, with characters such as The Boss and The End getting a new lick of paint.
Hideo Kojima famously left Konami late last year after a turbulent time around the launch of Metal Gear Solid 5: The Phantom Pain, and having established an all-new Kojima Productions he’s across the globe as he assembles his own team. Konami, meanwhile, recently , so still looks to be in the business of console gaming. As for a proper new Metal Gear, well that’ll likely have to wait. If you’re a pachinko fan, though, today must be a happy day.