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‘Metal Gear Solid: Master Collection Vol. 1’ heads to consoles and PC on October 24th

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‘Metal Gear Solid: Master Collection Vol. 1’ is set to launch on consoles and PC on October 24th.

Konami has finally announced the release date for Metal Gear Solid: Master Collection Vol. 1. The compilation was initially revealed by Konami alongside Metal Gear Solid Delta: Snake Eater during Sony’s recent PlayStation Showcase. However, details were scarce at that time, but the recent Nintendo Direct presentation shed more light on the Master Collection.

During the livestream on Wednesday, Konami confirmed that the Master Collection would be available on October 24th. The collection includes Metal Gear Solid, MGS 2: Sons of Liberty, and MGS 3: Snake Eater, as previously mentioned. Additionally, it features Metal Gear and Metal Gear 2: Solid Snake, along with the NES versions of Metal Gear and Snake’s Revenge from 1990. As a bonus, the bundle will provide strategy guides for each game, a digital soundtrack, the Metal Gear Solid graphic novel, and screenplay books that delve into the stories of Sons of Liberty and Snake Eater.

In essence, the Master Collection offers the ultimate experience of playing the Metal Gear series on modern platforms. Some of the games, like Sons of Liberty, have been unavailable for purchase on platforms such as GOG and the Microsoft Store due to licensing issues. However, this compilation will provide an opportunity to enjoy these games once again. It’s worth noting that your decision to purchase the collection may be influenced by your stance on Konami’s treatment of Metal Gear creator Hideo Kojima. Since their public split in 2015, Konami has made efforts to minimize Kojima’s involvement in the series, despite his significant contributions over three decades.

Metal Gear Solid: Master Collection Vol. 1 will be accessible on PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X/S, Steam, and Nintendo Switch. Please note that BuyTechBlog’s editorial team independently selects all recommended products, separate from our parent company. Some of the stories may contain affiliate links, and we may earn an affiliate commission if you make a purchase through these links. The prices provided are accurate at the time of publishing.

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