Kojima Wants to Make ‘Complete Version’ of Metal Gear Solid 4

September 1, 2010 Written by Mike Hartnett

Ever since the trophy system made its debut on the PlayStation 3, gamers far-and-wide have been asking for trophy support for the epic Metal Gear Solid 4. Up until now, that request has essentially been ignored, but it appears that there is the desire for a Metal Gear Solid 4 revamp, which would definitely include trophy support.

Once again, the Twitterverse comes in handy, as Kojima-san was prompted to comment on the possibility of a ‘complete version’ of Metal Gear Solid 4 after a fan posed the question asking whether or not he’d be interested in a remake or sorts. Kojima then responded with the following (translated):

I wanted to make a ‘Complete Version’ with trophy support and 3D, but if I did that I wouldn’t be able to work on a new game. I wonder if someone else would make it for me.

We can only pray that someone within Kojima Productions heeds the call and puts forth an effort to make this revamp a reality. With PS3 sales at an all-time high, would be the perfect way to draw new gamers into the fray; have they not already picked up the original, that is. We’ll be sure to keep you posted if we hear anything further regarding a MGS4 remake.