Konami has announced that the previously delisted Metal Gear Solid games are returning to digital stores on consoles.
While Konami has detailed exactly which games will return to consoles, it’s a safe bet that Metal Gear Solid HD Collection will return for PS3 and Xbox 360. This collection included remasters of MGS2, MGS3 and MGS: Peace Walker. Hopefully, MGS 3D will also return to the Nintendo 3DS eShop.
Today marks the 35th anniversary of the #METALGEAR series! Thank you to everyone that enjoyed and celebrated the series so far. We ask for your patience as preparations are underway to make the temporarily removed titles available again. #MG35thpic.twitter.com/KxXoYfCAGB
Despite releasing on 7th generation consoles, Metal Gear Solid HD Collection is playable on Xbox One and Series X|S via backwards compatibility. It’s also possible that the collection might arrive as a classic game on the PS Plus Premium tier.
This year is also the 35th anniversary of the Metal Gear Solid series, so hopefully, Konami will have more surprises in store. However, I won’t be holding my breath for anything too exciting.
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Metal Gear Solid series returning to digital stores was last modified: July 14th, 2022 by Richard Lee Breslin