Insider Gaming sources have uncovered that the Metal Stuff Strong 3: Snake Eater change won't be a PlayStation elite, regardless of the bits of gossip on the web.
The Metal Stuff Strong 3: Snake Eater Change is seemingly perhaps of Konami's most exceedingly terrible kept secret, with it being perceived that the declaration will be made at the PlayStation Grandstand as a mystery (not a full interactivity trailer). The PlayStation Grandstand will begin at 1PM PDT on May 24.
Insider Gaming sources have uncovered that Metal Stuff Strong 3: Snake Eater Change will deliver for the PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X|S, and Steam. It's at present indistinct assuming that the PlayStation adaptation has some type of selective freedoms with its advertising or possible DLC.
Gossipy tidbits about a Metal Stuff Strong 3: Snake Eater Revamp have been coursing for quite a long time, yet a report from VGC in October 2021 established its probability. As indicated by VGC, the redo is being created by Virtuos.
Different bits of hearsay have recommended that a Castlevania title is likewise in progress – Yet at this point, Insider Gaming couldn't confirm in the event that the title will appear during Summer Games Fest.
Metal Stuff Strong 3: Snake Eater was first delivered in November 2004 and sold 2.38 million units in Asia and America by December 2004. By 2021, the game sold multiple million units sold around the world.