Metal Gear Solid 4 Finally Getting Trophy Support?
PlayStation 3 players with a taste for item collecting and number boosting experienced a minor case of disappointment with the release of Metal Gear Solid 4 and its lack of collectable trophies in 2008. However, an early report out of Famitsu has indicated that a budget Japanese re-release will arrive for consumers in August, alongside a patch that will reportedly add trophy support to the game.
The trophies will be included in the re-release, but a patch to the original version is apparently set to arrive in the same timeframe.
According to the source, Kojima Productions will host a Metal Gear anniversary event in Tokyo, Japan on August 30, where studio head Hideo Kojima will announce a new project his team’s been working on. The project will reportedly be related to the “transfarring” feature announced at E3 prior, and is a part of the Vita version of the Metal Gear Solid: HD Collection.
We don’t have a specific date for the patch’s launch or the re-release, but prepare to get your MGS trophy hunt on in approximately late August or early September if these words hold true.
But seriously, who’s excited about transfarring? Come on, TRANSFARRRRRINGGGG!