I’m sure most of you are already aware of the recent rumors circulating about the potential inclusion of Metal Gear Solid 4 in the upcoming MGS Master Collection Vol.2. The excitement and speculation have been off the charts, and I wanted to take a moment to share some interesting findings and opinions with the community.
It all started with a screenshot found in the manual. The screenshot showcased an image from MGS4, fueling speculation about its potential inclusion.
This discovery, combined with the presence of placeholder buttons for MGS4, Peace Walker, and MGSV on the revamped Metal Gear Solid website, has sparked heated discussions and raised hopes for what’s to come.
Of course, opinions within the MGS4 rumor thread on Reddit are divided. Some remain skeptical, pointing out the challenges of porting MGS4 to modern platforms. They believe that skipping MGS4 in favour of titles like Peace Walker, MGSV: Ground Zeroes, and MGSV: The Phantom Pain might be a more realistic scenario. A remake of MGS4 could be a possibility down the line, especially if the sales of a presumed future release called MGS Delta prove successful.
However, not everyone shares this viewpoint. Some argue that the presence of MGS4 in the screenshot and the website might be more about providing a comprehensive MGS encyclopedia experience, rather than confirming its inclusion in the collection. They believe it’s a way to offer fans in-depth lore and details about each game.
On the other hand, there are enthusiastic fans who firmly believe that Metal Gear Solid 4 will be part of MGS Master Collection Vol.2. They assert that with the source code and enough time, reworking the game for modern platforms is not impossible. Their hopes are high, and they are eager to see all the Metal Gear games on contemporary gaming systems.
As we eagerly await official announcements from Konami, the possibility of Metal Gear Solid 4’s inclusion in MGS Master Collection Vol.2 continues to tantalize us. Until then, let’s keep dissecting the clues.
(Editor’s Note: These are just my personal thoughts and speculations based on the information available. Until we get the official stamp of approval, it’s best to keep a healthy dose of skepticism.)
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