Metal Gear Solid: Master Collection is coming to Nintendo Switch

by Danny Craig  · 
Metal Gear Solid: Master Collection is coming to Nintendo Switch

Nintendo has confirmed that the compilation of the first three Metal Gear Solid (MGS) games will arrive on the Switch in October.

The details:

  • During the recent Nintendo Direct, Konami announced that the collection of MGS 1, 2, and 3 would be released on the Switch. The game will be available for $59.99 on PC, PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X/S, and Nintendo Switch on October 24; however, players will be able to purchase the games separately for $19.99 each. It’s worth noting that this version of MGS3 is not to be confused with the upcoming remake, MGS Delta: Snake Eater, and is an HD remaster of the original PS2 game.
  • The collection includes not only the first three MGS games but also two versions of the original Metal Gear, Metal Gear 2: Solid Snake and Snake's Revenge, as well as two fully voiced graphic novels telling the stories of MGS 1 and 2. The screenplay and master books for each game are also included, containing the in-game text as well as story and character details. Pre-orders will also come with a digital soundtrack that includes orchestral and re-recorded versions of the series' themes.
  • Even though the game will be released physically, it has been revealed that the Switch version will still require additional downloads. Only 2.4 GB of data will be "front-loaded" onto the game card itself, with game downloads totaling 24.1 GB and bonus content downloads totaling an additional 30 GB.

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