It looks like Sony competence be looking into appropriation 3 vital franchises from Konami: Metal Gear Solid, Silent Hill, and Castlevania, as a 4Chan user claiming to be an worker of a Japan-based association claimed as many in a new post.
Of course, leaks from 4Chan customarily aren’t accurate, yet according to a website Jack of All Controllers, a information posted on a forum is valid, as they explain to have accurate with one of their sources. Furthermore, a site claims that, should Sony squeeze a rights for a 3 aforementioned games, it’ll be announced after a PlayStation 5 launches during a holiday season.
According to another website, Rely on Horror, Sony and Konami are operative together on dual Silent Hill games, one of that will be grown by Japan Studio’s Project Siren, who are a devs behind titles such as Siren and Gravity Rush. The other game, that will be called Silent Hills, will be grown by Hideo Kojima’s Kojima Productions, who were creatively building a reboot of a array before it was canned.
Even yet Sony competence be looking into purchasing Metal Gear Solid and Castlevania from Konami, nothing of a sources that have been formerly mentioned have pronounced anything per a destiny of those dual franchises.
Back in 2015, Konami and Kojima expelled Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain, that was ostensible to move a MGS story to a close. However, due to a attrition between a dual sides, a game’s story didn’t live adult to expectations, nonetheless it featured some flattering stellar gameplay.
Following Kojima’s depart from Konami, a latter attempted to continue a Metal Gear Solid array by rising Metal Gear Survive, yet a pretension perceived a ton of recoil on a announcement, and while a gameplay was only as stellar as V’s was, people weren’t meddlesome in personification an MGS diversion that wasn’t grown by Hideo Kojima.
If Sony does squeeze a rights to Metal Gear Solid from Konami, it’ll be engaging to see if they put it behind in a hands of Hideo Kojima, or if they’ll give it to another one of their studios. Of course, many fans of a authorization would substantially like to see it be grown during Kojima Productions.
Again, a news claims that we won’t have any central news per these games until after a launch of a PlayStation 5, so it’s going to be a while before we hear anything some-more about Sony purchasing Metal Gear Solid, Castlevania, and Silent Hill from Konami.