Metallic Gear Stable voice actor might have teased that a lot rumoured Snake Eater remake

Kath Santarin
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Donna Burke, voice actor and vocalist behind a few Metallic Gear Stable vocal tracks, seems to have teased that Snake Eater remake.

Earlier this week Burke shared a photograph of herself holding a folder of a cat with a watch patch on it, however extra importantly it has the textual content Snake Eater on it, with the caption “Recording in progress” (thanks, Eurogamer). If you do not know who Burke is, this won’t imply a lot, however the voice actor and singer was the lead vocalist behind tracks like Metallic Gear Stable: Peace Walker’s Heavens Divide, and The Phantom Ache’s Sins of theFather. So clearly everybody thinks that she’s recording for the lengthy rumoured Metallic Gear Stable 3: Snake Eater remake.

In a later tweet, Burke shared extra images of herself within the recording studio writing, “nothing beats working with good individuals. Nothing. Thanks for at present Mason Lieberman (director) and Yusuke Mori (engineer) and Tomomi Ura (EA).” Followers had been fast to zoom in on one specific photograph which clearly exhibits the lyrics for Snake Eater’s principal theme (additionally referred to as Snake Eater, one of many extra standard tracks from the collection resulting from its James Bond theme-like qualities). Which actually makes it appear to be she could be recording the monitor for this remake we have heard about on and off for what looks like without end now.

It will be uncommon that she’s simply recording it for some other purpose – she did carry out the monitor for the official soundtrack Metallic Gear Stable ~Vocal Tracks~. Again in February, VGC’s Andy Robinson additionally reported {that a} Snake Eater remake and a brand new Castlevania are set to seem at E3 this 12 months, each of which have been rumoured for various years. Konami is clearly pro-remake with the upcoming Silent Hill 2 remake, so a Snake Eater remake would not be shocking within the slightest. Guess we’ll see at E3!

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