Last night, Konami held their pre- E3 press conference where many exciting announcements were made, continue reading to find out all the exciting news related to PS3!
Probably the most exciting piece of news is that A Metal Gear Solid HD Collection will be hitting store shelves in November 2011, and will contain Metal Gear Solid 2: Sons Of Liberty, Metal Gear Solid 3: Snake Eater and Metal Gear Solid: Peace Walker. All the games will have new user interfaces for the HD resolutions, trophy support and Peace Walker will take advantage of the PS3′s right analog stick.
A further two more HD Collections were announced at the show, these being the Zone Of The Enders HD Collection which will include the original Zone Of The Enders aswell as the sequel, Second Runner. A Silent Hill HD Collection was also announced which will include Silent Hill 2 and Silent Hill 3. The Zone Of The Enders HD Collection will be released in 2012, where as A date wasn’t given for the Silent Hill HD Collection. This wasn’t the only Silent Hill news, series producer Tomm Hulett announced Silent Hill: Book Of Memories, which will be released for the NGP, no further details were given.
Unfortunately, Kojima confirmed that Metal Gear Solid: Rising will be A no-show at E3 2011, some concept art for the game featuring Raiden was shown and Kojima confirmed that the game is still on track to be released in 2012. After this, Kojima showed off his brand new engine, called the Fox Engine. Some off-screen footage was shown which featured A character running around A jungle environment, the engine will be the basis for Kojima’s next project which he stated will be multi platform.
The final thing Kojima showed was his new data transfer and save system, known as “transfarring”. To demonstrate the system, Kojima and A friend transferred Metal Gear Solid: Peace Walker save data from the PSP to the PS3, and vice versa. This system will allow players to continue A game from where they left off on their PSP if they need to leave the console, and when they return they can transfer that save data back onto the PS3 where the user can continue to play. The HD Collections on PS3 will support the transfarring system.