Welcome back!

Sign in or create an account to enjoy GINX perks, enter competitions and access exclusive features.

Manage your account

GINX TV > News > Video Games

Metal Gear Solid 3 And Silent Hill 2 Remakes Will Be Released In 2024

Konami is going all in this year.
Metal Gear Solid 3 And Silent Hill 2 Remakes Will Be Released In 2024
Konami

The highly anticipated remakes of Metal Gear Solid 3 Delta Snake Eater and Silent Hill 2 will be released in 2024, at least according to a new PlayStation video.

The two-minute-long video highlights some of the biggest games coming to PlayStation in 2024, including the likes of Final Fantasy 7 Rebirth and Rise of the Ronin. The trailer also showcases titles that currently don't have a release date, with the most notable being the Metal Gear Solid 3 and Silent Hill 2 remakes.

For those unaware, the Silent Hill 2 remake was announced in 2021 for PS5 and is currently in development at Bloober Team, the studio behind survival horror hits like the Layers of Fear and The Medium. 

Despite being yearned for years, the initial reception to the remake's reveal trailer wasn't exactly positive, with some veteran fans complaining about the game's atmosphere and James Sunderland's character model, just to name a few. 

Silent_Hill_2_Remake_Cover.jpg
PlayStation says Silent Hill 2 remake will be released in 2024. (Picture: Konami)

Bloober and Konami went surprisingly quiet on the project after the reveal, with many fans speculating that the remake has been canceled. However, that didn't turn out to be the case, especially since Bloober published a statement last year regarding the development of the game. In it, the studio claimed that the production of Silent Hill 2 was "progressing smoothly" and requested fans to have a bit more patience. 

On the other hand, the long-rumored Metal Gear Solid 3 Remake was revealed earlier last year during the PlayStation Showcase as Metal Gear Solid Delta: Snake Eater. No release window or even the developer of the game was confirmed, which led many to think that it was at least a few years away. 

Konami has yet to reveal the release dates for these titles, but for now, it seems like Metal Gear and Silent Hill fans will be eating good this year.