Despite proudly owning a number of large gaming franchises, Konami’s output in recent times has been somewhat lackluster, restricted to a smattering of smaller titles and its annual soccer sport. Fans have been left to marvel what’s going on with collection like Metal Gear, Silent Hill, Castlevania, and others. The firm latest broke its silence and says that they’re “in deep development on a number of key projects,” and to “stay tuned for some updates in the coming months.” The writer gained’t be exhibiting something off at E3 2021, nevertheless.
— Konami (@Konami) April 30, 2021
Whether or not these “key projects” are what followers are most wanting ahead to stays to be seen. Recent rumors of a Metal Gear Solid 2 Remaster turned out to be a hoax, whereas different Metal Gear and Silent Hill rumors have been floating round for years with nothing to indicate for them but. There have additionally been reports that Konami has been outsourcing development of its franchises to outside studios, however this latest quote from the writer makes it seem to be Konami themselves are working on these “key projects.”
The full assertion reads:
Due to timing we is not going to be able to current at E3 this 12 months. We need to reassure our followers that we’re in deep growth on a quantity of key initiatives, so please keep tuned for some updates within the coming months. While we’re not collaborating this 12 months, now we have nice respect for the ESA and know that 2021 will be a nice success. We will proceed to help the ESA and want the perfect to all individuals at this 12 months’s present.
Konami’s assertion on the ESA is consistent with other developers seeking to support the ESA by participating in E3 2021, although reviews say that many are saving their biggest reveals for independent events outside of the show.
What do you suppose Konami has within the oven proper now? Are these initiatives the revivals of Metal Gear, Silent Hill, and Castlevania that we’re hoping for? Head to the feedback under and tell us what you suppose they’re working on, and what you need to see.