In recent developments, evidence is unearthed from code snippets and scripts of the “Metal Gear Solid 2 Master Collection” launcher, developed on the Unity platform. This discovery may potentially have unveiled KONAMI’s future plans.
The uncovered code hints at the possibility of a remastered version for some of the most beloved games in the Metal Gear Solid series, namely “Metal Gear Solid: Peace Walker,” “Metal Gear Solid 4,” and “Metal Gear Solid 5.” These hints add weight to the rumors about the existence of a “Metal Gear Solid: Master Collection Vol. 2.”
Upon closely analyzing the provided scripts, there’s a specific function that determines the appropriate path to read assets from. Notably, this function lists not just games from Volume 1, but also references to MGS 4, MGS 5, and Peace Walker. This certainly fuels the speculation about the potential inclusion of these titles in a forthcoming collection.
Interestingly, “Metal Gear Solid: Peace Walker” seems to receive special attention in the scripts, with references popping up more frequently than for MGS 4 and 5. This title also finds its mention in functions related to the game’s manual and terms of service.
While it’s essential to approach such findings with a level of skepticism until an official announcement is made, this revelation is undoubtedly exciting for the MGS fanbase. If these speculations hold water, then the potential “Metal Gear Solid: Master Collection Vol. 2” might be a treat that fans didn’t know they were waiting for.
For now, we have to wait with bated breath for KONAMI to shed light on these potential remasters. Until then, the legacy of Solid Snake and his thrilling escapades continues to captivate hearts worldwide.