Strong Snake’s voice actor thinks a Metallic Gear Strong remake is coming


The voice of Strong Snake, David Hayter, has prompt {that a} Metallic Gear Strong remake could possibly be in growth for current-gen consoles.

The declare was made throughout a prolonged dialogue with YouTuber Dan Allen, through which the voice actor stated he’d been informed {that a} new model of the Hideo Kojima traditional could possibly be within the works.

“I believed it was only a hearsay till the day earlier than yesterday after I acquired a textual content from one of many insiders, saying they heard it’d actually be occurring,” he stated.

“I solely had some affirmation that it won’t be a hearsay a few days in the past, and even that was nonetheless a hearsay… however now it’s an business hearsay, in order that tends to be somewhat extra correct.”

Hayter added that if writer Konami had been to remake MGS, they’d probably have to re-record Snake’s voice work as a result of age of the unique recordings, including that he thinks he can nonetheless “pull off” the younger snake voice.

“They will’t use the unique PlayStation [recordings] as a result of the sound card isn’t wherever close to nearly as good as at the moment’s consoles,” he stated. “So what occurs is, you run these previous tapes and you’ll hear site visitors going by exterior and all this room noise, as a result of we didn’t do it in a studio: we did it in some lounge.

“We did re-record all the sport for [GameCube remake] The Twin Snakes, so they may theoretically use these recordings, however once more I don’t suppose the standard would match what must be accomplished.”

Konami’s Japanese bosses are understood to have traditionally pushed again in opposition to most pitches to outsource their key video games manufacturers, which is an enormous cause why earlier pitches for Silent Hill video games, equivalent to one by Till Daybreak studio Supermassive, weren’t greenlit.

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