Metal Gear Solid Delta: Snake Eater and Silent Hill 2 Remake Planned to Launch in 2024, Says PlayStation

Metal Gear Solid Delta: Snake Eater and Silent Hill 2 Remake Planned to Launch in 2024, Says PlayStation

Sony recently posted a PlayStation editorial highlighting several prominent video games set to release in 2024. Many expected entries are discussed, including Stellar Blade, Final Fantasy VII Rebirth, Granblue Fantasy: Relink, Rise of the Ronin, and Like a Dragon: Infinite Wealth.

However, two other titles were also stated to be released in 2024, which were not yet clarified for this year. These games are Konami’s Metal Gear Solid Delta: Snake Eater and Bloober Team’s Silent Hill 2 Remake. No precise dates were given, but it’s neat to see them closer to the horizon.

Metal Gear Solid 3: Snake Eater is cherished as one of the best games ever made. Initially released for PlayStation 2, this title is a prequel to the other Metal Gear Solid games, focusing on the history of one of the series’ central characters, Big Boss.

The game received an enhanced release on the same platform titled Metal Gear Solid 3: Subsistence, which added improved gameplay elements, enabling a smoother and more cohesive experience.

In case you missed it, Metal Gear Solid Delta: Snake Eater recently received its first in-engine trailer.

Metal Gear Solid Delta: Snake Eater is in development for PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X|S, and PC via Steam.

Bloober Team, known for Layers of Fear and The Medium, is working on Silent Hill 2 Remake. Concept artist Masahiro Ito is collaborating on the project alongside composer Akira Yamaoka. According to the team, their goal is to keep the original charm of the timeless classic that was the PlayStation 2 version and to give it a new form that will draw and immerse players even further.

Silent Hill 2 Remake will launch for PlayStation 5 and PC via Steam at an unknown time.

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