Metal Gear Solid fans, here is something really cool for you today. YouTube’s ‘Bluedrake42’ has shared a video, showcasing a new unofficial Metal Gear Solid Remake in Unreal Engine 4. This remake is being created by a fan, and below you can find gameplay footage from the fight between Solid Snake and Rex.
Now the good news here is that the creator of this remake has not revealed himself/herself yet. As such, Konami won’t be able to send him/her a C&D letter. Staying anonymous until your remake is complete is crucial for such projects.
From what we can see, this demo showcases all of the remake’s features. Players can control Solid Snake via a third-person viewpoint. Players can also dodge and roll, and shoot rockets to Rex. From what I can see, there isn’t any inventory system, though there are the game’s original codecs.
Going into more details, the final version of this Metal Gear Solid Remake in Unreal Engine 4 will only feature the Boss fights. So yeah, don’t expect a full remake of the first MGS game. And, let’s be realistic here; an individual would never, ever, create a full remake of MGS.
There is currently no ETA on when this Metal Gear Solid Remake in Unreal Engine 4 will come out. However, we’ll be sure to keep you posted.
Do note that this Metal Gear Solid Remake has nothing in common with this project. In case you’re wondering, Erasmus has not shared any new screenshots or videos. Still, you can go ahead and watch this video that shows the intro from Metal Gear Solid in Unreal Engine 4.
Enjoy the following video and stay tuned for more!
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