The announcement that a remake of Metal Gear Solid 3: Snake Eater is in the works has led to fans asking so many questions. One of those has already been answered. Konami has confirmed that the Snake Eater remake will feature the original cast.
Metal Gear Solid 𐤃: Snake Eater will reunite the original cast to once again bring their respected characters to life. The announcement was made in a press release that was made available following the release of the trailer.
Here is a breakdown of the cast of the original game:
- David Hayter as Naked Snake / Big Boss
- Lori Alan as The Boss
- Jim Piddock as Major Zero
- Suzetta Miñet as EVA
- Neil Ross as Colonel Volgin
- Josh Keaton as Ocelot
- Gregg Berger as The Pain
- Michael Bell as The Fear
- J. Grant Albrecht as The End
- Richard Doyle as The Fury
- David Thomas as The Sorrow
- Heather Halley as Para-Medic
- James Mathis III as Sigint
- Brian Cummings as Sokolov
After several years of rumors and speculation, Konami officially confirmed that a Snake Eater remake is in the works. The announcement was made during the May 2023 PlayStation Showcase. In a short video, players are given a tour of the Tselinoyarsk jungle while getting a look at Snake. Check out the trailer to have an idea about the game:
No release date has been announced while additional details will become available in the future. The game is set to launch for the PlayStation 5, Xbox Series and PC.
Metal Gear Solid 3: Snake Eater was the fifth game in the series and was released on the PlayStation 2 back in 2004. A prequel to the series set during the Cold War, it follows the rise of Big Boss during the events that would set the groundwork for the birth of The Patriots.
It has been hailed as the best game in the series, a defining title of the PS2 and one of the greatest games.
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