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There have Been Rumours That a Remake of Metal Gear Solid 3 and Castlevania Would be Shown at E3


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I hope these reports are real. Metal Gear Solid 3 is one of my all-time favorite games and arguably the series’ crowning achievement. – GTH

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Based on the VGC Podcast information, Konami will attend the E3 force this year. There have also been rumors that the Japanese company will reveal a new Castlevania game and the Metal Gear Solid 3 remake.

Andy Robinson, a guest on the Podcast, said that Konami would use the MGS3 remake as a test product, gauging the reception to decide whether or not to remake the entire Metal Gear series.

Whether or not Metal Gear Solid 3: remake will be shown at E3 remains to be seen.

The lack of an official statement from Konami neither confirming nor denying these allegations should be seen as evidence against their integrity. According to Robinson’s comments on the VGC Podcast, Konami plans to make a big splash during this year’s E3, which takes place from June 13th to the 16th:

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In addition to the Dead Cells downloadable content unveiled at The Game Awards, a new Castlevania game has been revealed. And I fully anticipate a debut of the much-talked-about Metal Gear Solid 3 remake.

It was obvious that Robinson was making stuff up when he suggested that Konami would use the MGS3 remake as a “testbed” for future Metal Gear Solid remakes.

The initial whispers of a Metal Gear Solid 3 remake date back a long time. A possible teaser appeared online last year and was quickly removed. The voice actor for Raiden in 2013’s Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance hinted at impending revelations a couple of weeks ago.


The third Metal Gear Solid game, MGS3, is widely regarded as among the series’ finest entries. In 2004, it debuted on PlayStation 2, bringing a bevy of new and unique features, a heartfelt and deep plot, and more tactical espionage action than you could throw a snake at.

More is required in terms of Castlevania. Yet, Robinson confirmed that it would be released alongside the Dead Cells DLC that was shown at The Game Awards in December. It’s thrilling but not quite on par with Snake Eater.

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