Metal Gear Solid Remake Has Reportedly Been In Development For Three Years At Bluepoint Games
It looks like a Metal Gear Solid remake has been in development at Bluepoint Games, the developers behind the Demon’s Souls remake, for three years, and that it’s currently scheduled to be released towards the end of next year.
According to the YouTube channel, Moore’s Law is Dead, which has accurately leaked things like the God of War sequel — Ragnarok — is saying that, according to their sources, Bluepoint Games has been working on the Metal Gear Solid remake simultaneously with Demon’s Souls. In fact, the channel is saying that it could’ve been a launch game, but the developers want to take more time to polish it.
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“Also [Metal Gear Solid] remake… This where I say that I’ve known about a Metal Gear Solid remake for a while. I’ve been very openly hinting at it, but I couldn’t confirm it. So, MGS remake, I’m confirming it, and I’m told it’s made by Bluepoint. In fact, I’ve been told that they’ve been working on this for three years, that they were working on this simultaneously with Demon’s Souls.
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“I always was told that Sony was working on some [PlayStation 5] exclusive, I just didn’t know what it was. I had other sources tell me it was MGS, I was told I couldn’t say MGS, but now I can because I have another source saying it.”
It’s also being reported that the game will use Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain’s control scheme, instead of using the original control scheme from the game’s original release in 1998.
As of this writing, it’s unclear if they’re going to add any additional content to the game, or if they’ll reuse the same dialogue recordings from the original game.
This isn’t the first time that we’ve heard anything regarding a Metal Gear Solid remake, as, over the summer, there were multiple reports which suggested that MGS’s first game was going to get remade, but it was never mentioned that it had been in development for three years. The report also suggested that the second, third, and fourth games will all get remastered following the MGS1 remake.
It’s worth noting that the Metal Gear Solid remake rumor is just that — a rumor. It’s also worth noting that the rumors are suggesting that it’ll be a PlayStation 5 exclusive.
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If there is, in fact, a Metal Gear Solid remake that’s in development, then we could see its first trailer at the upcoming Game Awards show on December 10.
Published at Mon, 30 Nov 2020 17:31:47 +0000
Forge And Fight Leaves Early Access For Full Launch On December 2
Flamebait Games has announced the official launch date of Forge and Fight! in early December. The game has been in Early Access since earlier this year.
Forge and Fight! is a multiplayer action game where players become a blacksmith gladiator. Players must create the craziest but dangerous weapons in their forge, and then test their skills in the area. Additional weapon parts are unlocked as players progress through the game. From there, blacksmiths fight in a freestyle arena against friends or other online opponents.
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The game features hours of replayability online or in the open-ended Sandbox Mode. Players have 50 weapon parts to choose from to craft the weapon of their dream. Armies of bots are waiting to challenge players in the arena.
The full launch of Forge and Fight! has an updated matchmaking system that significantly reduces wait time to almost no wait at all.
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🔥Finally, Forge and Fight! steps out of the fiery kilns of Early Access and goes into the blasting furnaces of a full launch on December 2nd!
Woohoo! What’s new?!
🤖 Badass Bots
🔮 Matchmaking Magic
⚔ Cooler Combat
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— Forge and Fight! (@forgeandfight) November 18, 2020
Multiplayer mode has both melee and ranged combat. Players can strategize and use the power of physics to knock opponents off the map or hit objects in their way. Players can further unlock big bonuses like boomerangs, whirlwinds, and dash by forging similar parts together. Some of the bigger boosts like greater damage and health boosters will give blacksmiths an advantage in battle.
The blacksmith characters are also customizable with optional cosmetic accessories. Players can either earn new accessories by playing or supporting the developers by buying items through the Scrap Shop.
Mattias Lindblad, Founder of Flamebait Games, commented about the upcoming launch, stating:
We have listened to player feedback in Early Access and are now proud to release this final version of Forge and Fight! with improved performance, stability and physics, and a matchmaking system that instantly has you testing your unique weapon creations in battle. We’ve also significantly dropped the price to make the game more accessible to everyone who wants to play during this unprecedented year that has seen a lot more people spending more time indoors, including this winter.
The full launch of the game will be less expensive than the Early Access version. Players can refund their game through Steam and then repurchase the final game to receive the newly lowered price. If that doesn’t work, buyers are encouraged to contact Flamebait Games for additional assistance.
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Forge and Fight! leaves Steam Early Access on December 2.
Published at Mon, 30 Nov 2020 17:25:56 +0000