Metal Gear Solid 3 Remake Collector's Edition Unveils a Unique Terrarium Among Deluxe Perks

Samanta Blumberg


Metal Gear Solid 3 Remake Collector's Edition Unveils a Unique Terrarium Among Deluxe Perks For $200, you can encase Naked Snake in a glass enclosure through the Metal Gear Solid 3 remake collector's edition. Konami has rolled out the red carpet for the Deluxe and Collector's editions of Metal Gear Solid Delta: Snake Eater, boasting several attractive incentives despite their heftier price tags. The crown jewel among these perks is a terrarium that captures the moment Snake recovers his backpack from a tree. These two distinct editions were introduced in the latter segment of the Metal Gear Solid Legacy Series, which was showcased on YouTube and is now accessible for viewing on Konami's official website. The Collector's edition comes with a $199.99 price tag, exclusive to U.S. purchasers, whereas the Deluxe edition seems to be solely available in Europe, marked at £89.99 in the U.K. A shared allure exists between both editions - each includes the same metallic game casing alongside a FOX fabric patch. Purchasers will be granted access to an undisclosed bonus for early buyers and the 'Sneaking DLC Pack.' The variations between them are evident, with the Deluxe edition offering an array of art cards and a metallic exclamation mark keychain, all contained within an elegant box. Conversely, the Collector's edition boasts a larger box featuring a rubber HALO patch, a duplicate of Naked Snake's phony I.D. card, and the highlight, the terrarium diorama. A relevant video is available for more insight. Indeed, the Collector's edition's centerpiece is far from a typical figurine. The terrarium vividly depicts Naked Snake at the pivotal moment when he retrieves his backpack from a tree during the Virtuous Mission, set against a backdrop of foliage and stones. As per Konami's site, the assembly is modular, allowing for personalized arrangement and the possibility of repainting elements or cultivating personal flora. The idea of capturing Snake within as the terrarium gradually becomes enveloped in actual moss adds a whimsical touch, affirming it as an exquisite collector's piece. As of now, Konami has yet to disclose an official launch date for Metal Gear Solid Delta: Snake Eater, with an anticipated release within the year and pre-orders already underway. For those eager for more gaming adventures in the interim, our selection of top-notch stealth games is worth exploring.