Fan MGS Remake Will Have VR Support and Return of the Real Snake

From the ashes of Shadow Moses, the recently cancelled Metal Gear Solid fan remake in Unreal Engine 4, emerges The Fan Legacy: Metal Gear Solid, a kind of best-of collection which aims to recreate iconic moments from the Metal Gear franchise from a first-person perspective. The announcement video reveals that the “experience” will include VR support, and will feature new lines recorded by the original voice of Solid Snake (and Naked Snake in Metal Gear Solid 3: Snake Eater), David Hayter.

“Born from the ‘Shadow Moses’ project,” the announcement reads, “The Fan Legacy: Metal Gear Solid is a first-person experience allowing fans the opportunity to revisit some of the most emblematic MGS levels. There will be no need for stealth this time around.”

“The Fan Legacy: Metal Gear Solid will feature many pieces of amazing fan art from devoted lovers of the series and our collaborators. As an unofficial, non-profit production, the project is a gift, from the fans, but also addressed to the fans; to share our affection for the seminal franchise. “

“We are delighted to announce that the project, available for PC, will feature VR support.”

“We can also reveal that non-other than the legendary David Hayter will be involved in the project, which we are overjoyed by! The project will be released for free download in May, and we truly hope that you will enjoy the experience.”

Galaxy in Turmoil is a Fan Made Remake of Battlefront 3

Even though there are quite a few gamers out there that are currently enjoying EA’s Battlefront, this is not the game that diehard Star Wars fans have been waiting for. The successor to Battlefront 2, namely Battlefront 3, was developed by a company named Free Radical Design, which eventually cancelled it back in 2008. Shortly afterwards, a gameplay video surfaced online, but this only added to the fans’ disappointment as they knew that they would never be able to actually play it. However, it is refreshing to see that some fans have not given up completely on Battlefront 3, and that they are actively trying to bring the game back to life.

A Russia-based group of Star Wars fans named Frontwire Studios has been working on a project named “Galaxy in Turmoil,” which aims to resurrect Battlefront 3. Even though we don’t know too much about the project so far, it’s a strong possibility that it includes maps based on Tatooine and Hoth, and it definitely supports vehicle-based combat. The team members behind the project have stated that they will not charge anything for the game if it will ever be completed, but that’s a big “IF” considering that it’s extremely likely Disney might get involved with a cease and desist letter. We’ll just have to wait and see.