Metal Gear Solid Remake could be announced during The Game Awards 2021 in December.


THE iconic Metal Gear Solid franchise could be making a comeback, with a new leak hinting to a big reveal happening this December – possibly at The Game Awards 2021.

Metal Gear Solid could be making a triumphant comeback, with a remake of one MGS game possibly getting revealed at The Game Awards 2021 in December. Rumours have been circulating for some time now that a remake of either the first Metal Gear Solid or the third game in the series – Metal Gear Solid 3: Snake Eater – could be in the works. And fans of Hideo Kojima’s beloved series could be getting official confirmation in a few months time.

As highlighted in a post on Reddit, Irish singer-songwriter Eabha McMahon (aka AVA) could have revealed a huge upcoming PlayStation game.

During an interview with Irish radio show The Lunchbox AVA said she had written an “Irish language” song for a “big” PlayStation game that’s also a remake.

It’s been claimed this mysterious game will be announced at Christmas.

So, what’s this got to do with Metal Gear Solid?

Well, one of the most iconic songs from the original MGS is ‘The Best Is Yet To Come’ – an Irish language song which features during the end credits.

AVA’s comments are by no means confirmation that a Metal Gear Solid remake is in the works, but the tidbits of information she dropped – coupled with the long-standing rumours of a MGS revival – may point towards Snake making an imminent comeback.

There are two possible events in December where the MGS remake could get announced.

The most obvious one is The Game Awards 2021, which is taking place on December 9.

Given host and founder Geoff Keighley’s close relationship with MGS creator Hideo Kojima, and past TGA reveals of Death Stranding, The Game Awards could be the ideal place to announce the MGS remake.

And a recent cryptic tweet from Keighley could be alluding to this.

At the start of this month Keighley sent out the eye-catching tweet “Today I saw things” followed by an eyes emoji.

Obviously, this could refer to any number of different things. But Keighley’s close relationship to Kojima led many people replying to the tweet thinking it could be a reference to a new Metal Gear Solid game, or the revival of the Silent Hills project.

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