The intro of Metal Gear Solid 2: Sons of Liberty It is one of the most important moments in the history of video games because, as on few occasions, it was an advance capable of accounting for the imminent arrival of a new generation of consoles more than 2 decades ago. Unlike the abstract art style of the first installment, Sons of Liberty It was a commitment to cinematic elements and what was seen in that introduction was epic to the point that people are still talking about it today and the best thing is that someone is giving it a touch to update it.
2 decades later and MGS 2: Sons of Liberty continue to charm the fans
Today the hype of the fans of Metal Gear Solid It went through the roof when it was revealed that an enthusiast project is making an adaptation of the first installment in Unreal Engine 5, the new graphics engine from Epic Games that is fascinating various industries for its scope. Well, not everything ends there because it was also revealed that another enthusiast is doing the same but with the introduction sequence of Metal Gear Solid 2: Sons of Liberty.
The project is created by the German developer and artist Erasmus Brosdau, who shared through his Twitter account the following preview where Snake is seen on his arrival at the USS Discovery that was sailing down the Hudson River.
– Erasmus Brosdau (@erasmus_brosdau) January 16, 2022
The publication was shared by Hideo Kojima, so it is clear that the father of the franchise is happy with what the enthusiasts are doing with his work, in fact, months ago he made a thread on Twitter where he invited people to create, simply create with the tools at their disposal.
In this case, it is the second Erasmus Brosdau project related to Metal Gear Solid, Well, he did the same thing a long time ago but with the intro of the first installment and in Unreal Engine 4.
Since we’re talking about Metal Gear Solid 2: Sons of Liberty, we leave you with our 20-year special where we remember the importance of this great work in the world of video games.
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