A new website for Metal Gear has been launched online. But, there is some bad news.
It may surprise some fans that the first Metal Gear game was released to consumers in 1987. The first Metal Gear game was released in 1987. A sequel was produced in 1990. Hideo Kojima relaunched the series in 1998. Metal Gear Solid is the title that we all love.
This makes 2022 the 35th Anniversary of the tactical stealth series that featured Snake, our boy with beautiful booty. Fans weren’t expecting Konami, despite how successful the series was for them. After Metal Gear Solid V’s Phantom Pain, the company had a row with Kojima. This led to Kojima not attending his friend Geoff Keighley’s annual soiree, The Game Awards 2015. Kojima won the Best Action Game award at the event.
Therefore, it was a bit surprising to see a website that appeared to be celebrating Metal Gear’s big year. It says everything you need. It includes copyright Konami 2022 at its bottom and links to other Konami websites you might expect to find. It also features the famous alert exclamation mark that is the series’s trademark. The logo looks great. It is clean and well-designed. This logo usually appears around the game anniversaries of significant announcements.
However, it seems unlikely that the site is genuine, as it was spotted by GameSpew. First, it was evident that the site was created on April 1, a day is known for being se y. Tsite’se’s data contains more than just a few suspicious details. A few days ago, the anniversary website was registered on March 30 h. It has also been reported to an address in California, as Konami is a Japanese-owned company.
Although this does not mean that the website is a joke, it is suspi ious. My Raiden shrine is not lit up yet.