Virtuos Studio Rumoured To Be Developing A Metal Gear Solid 3 Remake

More information about the rumoured Metal Gear Solid 3 remake has circulated online, after a Virtuos Studio employee confirmed the company's currently developing an unannounced "AAA" project.

As reported by VGC, that was seen in a LinkedIn profile update for Zhiyang Li - Virtuos' Studio's Lead Software Engineer. This update confirms that one of Li's experiences lists working on an "unannounced 3A Action-Adventure game remake," potentially aligning with the long-rumoured MGS3 remake.

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Virtuos Studio Rumoured To Be Developing A Metal Gear Solid 3 Remake

Further on in VGC's report, reader Faizan Shaikh mentioned this discovery with regards to Li's LinkedIn profile. Believing this could be the MGS3 Remake, this profile description also states it'd come to multiple platforms.

Metal Gear aside, Castlevania and Silent Hill are also speculated to be getting new instalments from Konami. While Castlevania's believed to be directly handled by Konami, rumours have suggested that Death Stranding developers Kojima Productions are developing Silent Hill, funded by Sony.

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