Wednesday, October 27th, 2021

Rumors: Konami is reported to have revived Castlevania, Metal Gear Solid, and Silent Hill.

Konami has been pretty quiet in terms of premium games over the last few years and instead preferred to focus on perhaps lucrative pachinko content.

In 2015, it exploded brilliantly with all cancellations Silent Hill, NS Creepy and beloved teaser removal PT From the PlayStation store, And the studio’s astonishing Hideo Kojima’s seemingly tough departure — but earlier this year, Konami told us that they weren’t “shutting down” the video game division, despite news of internal restructuring. I reassured everyone.

Now we are finally investigating what they mean. According to an anonymous source who spoke to VGC, the head of Castlevania. Metal Gear Solid, When Silent Hill The game will reportedly bring them all back.

The first new release is a Castlevania game that describes it as a “reimagination” of a series developed in-house at Konami, VGC sources say.

Castlevania Advance Collection is now available on Nintendo Switch
Castlevania Advance Collection is now available on Nintendo Switch

Meanwhile, the early remakes of Metal Gear Solid games seem to be taking place at Virtuos, an external studio based in Singapore. Virtuos is working on the switch ports for Dark Souls: Remastered, The Outer Worlds, and LANoire.Sources say that Metal Gear Solid 3: Snake EaterHowever, Konami will also remaster the original MGS game for the current generation of consoles.

Source also said “plurality” Silent Hill The game is also being produced in an outside studio and seems to have confirmed (or at least suggested) some rumors that have been swirling for some time. first, That Bloomer team (The Medium) may be working on the seriesAnd secondly, it Konami himself is working on a remake..

VGC speculates that we may hear more about at least one of Konami’s revival, remake, and remaster next year. The company has withdrawn from E32021, They said they were “not ready to present” their game yet.

Will any of these old and new games appear on the Nintendo Switch? It hasn’t been seen yet. But Silent Hill will look really nice on OLED screens …

Are you excited to hear that Konami is back in roots, or do you think you’ve lost your spark? Let us know in the comments below!