Snake Eater is Being Co-Developed by Konami and Virtuos

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It was almost a few years in the past that leaks of a Metallic Gear Stable 3 remake first emerged, with Singapore-based help studio Virtuos being talked about as its developer on the time. Lately, Metallic Gear Stable Delta: Snake Eater received formally revealed, although Konami didn’t point out who was creating it, which has naturally raised some questions.

That, nonetheless, has now been cleared up. Not solely has Virtuos teased its involvement within the undertaking with a tweet of a snake emoji, Konami itself has additionally confirmed the identical, with Kotaku senior reporter Ethan Gach revealing on Twitter that the undertaking is being co-developed by Konami and Virtuos, with the latter “totally supporting” it.

“Along with Konami’s improvement staff who’s concerned concerned within the improvement of the Metallic Gear sequence, the sport is totally supported by Virtuos,” the corporate mentioned in an announcement.

After all, Konami nonetheless hasn’t explicitly confirmed simply what the extent of Virtuos’ involvement within the undertaking is and what its help work entails, however both manner, these aforementioned leaks have certainly turned out to be correct.

In the meantime, Konami has additionally confirmed that the remake will probably be bringing again the unique recreation’s voice solid. Learn extra on that by way of right here.

Metallic Gear Stable Delta: Snake Eater is in improvement for PS5, Xbox Collection X/S, and PC.