Metal Gear Solid HD Edition Joins Xbox One Backward Compatibility

The HD versions of Metal Gear Solid 2: Sons of Liberty and Metal Gear Solid 3: Snake Eater are now accessible on Xbox One’s behind compatibility.

Microsoft’s Major Nelson done a proclamation on Twitter, with Hideo Kojima’s dual critically acclaimed installments fasten Microsoft’s ever-expanding catalog of titles from a Xbox 360 era.

MGS2 and MGS3 were remastered and re-released as partial of a Metal Gear Solid HD Collection, that enclosed former PlayStation Portable disdainful Metal Gear Solid: Peace Walker.

The Xbox Games Store inventory usually includes Sons of Liberty and Snake Eater in a HD Edition — excluding Peace Walker from a brew — retailing during $19.99 and a 7.35GB download for Xbox owners.

Konami primarily expelled MGS2 on a PlayStation 2 in 2001 and MGS3 in 2004 on a same platform.

In 2014, a lifetime sales for a fan-favorite authorization surpassed forty million units worldwide.

Kojima’s final impasse with a authorization came behind in 2015 with a recover of Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain. Since then, a Japanese developer has left Konami, founded his possess eccentric studio, Kojima Productions, and is operative on a arriving Death Stranding.

The publisher expelled a initial post-Kojima MGS title, Metal Gear Survive, in Feb for PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC.

Hardcore Gamer’s review for Metal Gear Survive found that it “isn’t a complete wickedness many had suspected it would be, though it doesn’t pull itself over a still-waning standing of being tepidly average.”

For some-more on a MGS franchise, check out Hardcore Gamer’s reviews for The Phantom Pain and Metal Gear Solid V: Ground Zeroes.

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