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Konami Apologises For Metal Gear Solid Master Collection – Says Fans Must Decide The Series’ Future

The Metal Gear Master Collection should have been one of the greatest compilations of video games in recent years. The package was launched in 2023 and included five games – the original NES Metal Gear games, Metal Gear Solid, Sons of Liberty and Snake Eater.

However, the collection didn’t go down well with fans and critics. It launched with various technical issues. Of which, included resolution problems and frame rate hiccups that performed worse than the original games on their perspective hardware. Games were locked at 30FPS in the PS One remaster and 60FPS in Snake Easter. None of them ran at higher than 1080p either.

Konami has worked tirelessly to improve the game. Dozens of updates have launched as well as hotfixes and visual patches. Some say it might be a little too late to save the game and Konami might agree.

During the latest Metal Gear Solid Legacy Series video on YouTube, Noriaki Okamura, who worked on Metal Gear since 1998 and is now the Lead Producer of the series apologised for the game. He agreed that the game “wasn’t up to standards”.

Okamura followed up by saying that Konami is still busy updating the game to address known issues and concerns. He also says that players should be able to judge for themselves whether or not the current team on the project are right for the job and the right team to keep Meta Gear going.

While Konami is gearing up to launch the Metal Gear Solid 3 Remake, known as Metal Gear Solid Delta: Snake, the future of the series is still unclear. Konami hasn’t released an original Meta Gear game since the departure of Hideo Kojima. At the moment it doesn’t seem as if the series will ever see a new original game. While some may argue that Metal Gear Survive was a new game, it stood as more a spinoff to the series.

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