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Metal Gear Solid Delta Snake Eater Release Date May Fall in November (Update)

In a now deleted tweet, GameStop potentially revealed the release date for Metal Gear Solid Delta Snake Eater, which could be on November 17, 2024. As the tweet, which included a trailer, is now gone, this seems to have been an accidental reveal on the part of the GameStop Twitter account’s administrator. Update: GameStop later confirmed the release date was incorrect. [Thanks, Wario64!]

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The tweet also included a link to pre-order it. Unless there are any hiccups in the development process, which could lead to a delay, it seems that Konami will release the game later this year. You can watch the announcement trailer for Metal Gear Solid Delta Snake Eater here:

Metal Gear Solid Delta Snake Eater will be a remake of Metal Gear Solid 3: Snake Eater. It follows Naked Snake, a FOX operative, whose mission is to sabotage a Soviet nuclear superweapon during the Cold War. Most of the main gameplay mechanics from the original game remain, but there will be some new additions from the latter entries. For example, you’ll be able to walk while crouching. A new mechanic also focuses on recording the player’s individual journey in the game. Physical injuries Snake sustains will remain on him as scars for the rest of the playthrough.

Metal Gear Solid Delta Snake Eater will come out on the PS5, Xbox Series X, and Windows PC. If the GameStop Tweet was accurate, then the release date for Metal Gear Solid Delta Snake Eater will be November 17, 2024.

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