The same group behind a now canceled Unreal Engine reconstitute of Metal Gear Solid, titled Shadow Moses, is now creation a VR knowledge formed on a array featuring a strange voice of Solid Snake, David Hayter.
The project, now patrician The Fan Legacy: Metal Gear Solid, will be a “virtual museum” accessible for PC with VR support, according to a post on a project’s Facebook page. The diversion will underline “the many emblematic MGS levels” for fans of a array to revisit. The locations shown off in a trailer are from Metal Gear Solid 1 and 3.
The trailer starts off with Hayter delivering a line, “Kept we waiting, huh,” a curtsy to a classical Snake line spoken mixed times via a franchise’s sequels—including a initial time we listened Hayter’s replacement, Kiefer Sutherland, voice Snake in a trailer for Metal Gear Solid V: Ground Zeroes. Hayter has settled that he thinks Kojima rubbed a casting change poorly, and that he has “no sold adore for Kojima.”
The plan will be expelled for giveaway someday in May.