Metal Gear Solid (MGS) 1 Key Art

When Will Metal Gear Solid Master Collection Vol.1 Release?

Metal Gear Solid Master Collection Vol. 1 has an official release date and is launching in October after an announcement at the June 2023 Nintendo Direct.

This is the first time in a decade that the series will be heading to Nintendo, with the last iteration being Snake Eater on the Nintendo 3DS.

Metal Gear Solid Master Collection Vol.1 PlayStation Announcement

The MGS series was last remastered was in 2013 when it released on the PlayStation 3. It was labelled as the MGS: Legacy Collection. Fans were waiting and hoping to see when they would receive a chance to play the games on the PlayStation 4 generation, but with no announcements of it, all hope seemed lost.

However, Konami announced a remastered Metal Gear Solid collection during the 2023 PlayStation Showcase. The collection, dubbed “Master Collection Vol.1” has an array of titles from the stealth espionage series developed by Hideo Kojima. More information was revealed on the remasters today during the Nintendo Direct including platforms and release date.

MGS3: Snake Eater Screenshot – Konami

What is The MGS: Master Collection Vol.1?

The collection is a remastered compilation of the Metal Gear Solid franchise. The games included are Metal Gear Solid, MGS2: Sons of Liberty, and MGS3: Snake Eater. Although, a surprise was also announced during the Nintendo Direct.

The original games that started the franchise will be included as well; Metal Gear, Metal Gear 2: Solid Snake, and the NES versions of both Metal Gear and Snake’s Revenge.

The three mainline titles will also be available to purchase individually on the Nintendo eShop. A great concept for players that rather choose their favorite.

MGS1 Screenshot – Konami

Metal Gear Solid Master Collection Vol.1 Release Date and Platform Details

MGS Master Collection Vol.1 is releasing on October 24, 2023, for Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X/S, and Steam.

The game will cost USD$59.99 and is available to pre-order now on the Nintendo eShop, PlayStation Store, Steam, and Xbox Marketplace.


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