Excitement Builds for Metal Gear Solid Delta: Snake Eater Release Date

The gaming world is atwitter with the possibility of the highly anticipated stealth action game Metal Gear Solid Delta: Snake Eater being released as early as November 17th this year. This exciting news was discovered through a now-deleted post on GameStop’s website, but luckily the information was captured before it disappeared.

While the leaked release date of November 17th may seem promising, it is worth noting that it falls on a Sunday, an uncommon day for game releases. However, if the leak does prove to be accurate, it would mean that the remake of Metal Gear Solid 3: Snake Eater will be launched exactly 20 years after the original game. This creates a delicate balance between the legitimacy of the information.

Fans were treated to a glimpse of Metal Gear Solid Delta last year, and a more detailed look was presented during the Xbox Games Showcase over the weekend. A recent video released by Konami featured the voice actor of Snake, David Hayter, promoting the game alongside producer Noriaki Okamura. While Hayter’s involvement was met with enthusiasm from fans, some viewers found the video to be somewhat artificial and unappealing.

From the interview with Konami, it is evident that there are plans to continue the Metal Gear Solid series with original titles if the remakes prove to be successful. This hints at exciting possibilities for the franchise in the years to come. Whether fans will be indulging in tree frogs or facing disappointment come November remains to be seen as we eagerly await further developments.

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