Bluepoint games, who are the developers responsible for the God of War HD Collection, Konami, and Armature are working in collaboration to get the Metal Gear Solid HD Collection on the Playstation Vita. The game will support touchscreen controls and will also make use of Kojima’s Transfarring, which will allow you to bring your save data from the Playstation 3 version over to your Vita. To top that off, the game will also feature trophy support.

As you probably noticed, it only features two games, whereas the console versions came with three games. Metal Gear Solid HD Collection will contain Metal Gear Solid 2 and Metal Gear Solid 3: Snake Eater, but will not come with Metal Gear Solid: Peace Walker.

Enjoy the trailer below!

The game has a launch window of June for North America and the EU. Japan however has a set release date to of June 28th


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