Castlevania reimagined and Metal Gear Solid 3 remade in Konami’s work-report

According to a new report, Konami plans to release new entries and remakes for some of its largest franchises, including Castlevania and Metal Gear Solid.

According to the published source Talk anonymously with VGCKonami is working hard to restore the franchise right after the fever subsides in a few years.


The first one to walk out of the gate is said to be the Castlevania game. Currently being developed internally by Konami, it is a reimagining of the series and will be supported by local external studios.

The last new work in the Castlevania series is “Lord of Shadow 2” in 2014, starring Gabriel Belmont, now known as Dracula.

There has been news that Virtuos is remaking “Metal Gear Solid”, but this does not seem to be the case, because the studio is making a remake of “Metal Gear Solid 3: Snake Eater”. It is said that the project is in the early development stage.

Virtuos is famous for its Switch ports of “Dark Souls Remake” and “Outer World”. It also provides support for games such as “Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order”, “Battlefield 1” and “Horizon Zero Dawn”.

According to reports, there are also remakes of the original Metal Gear Solid games used on modern game consoles.

As previously reported, there are still a number of “Silent Hill” games being developed in cooperation with external studios. There were rumors at the beginning of last year that “Silent Hill” was about to launch two games. One will be a restart of the horror series, and the other title will be more like the cancelled Silent Hill.

The last major work in the series is Silent Hill: Pouring Rain in 2012.

The report continues to point out that Konami plans to announce its plans at various exhibitions next year.