Metal Gear Solid 3: Snake Eater HD, announced last night as part of a Metal Gear Solid HD Collection due out this year, is the Subsistence version.
Subsistence was the enhanced international version of the game, and included updated versions of Metal Gear and Metal Gear 2: Solid Snake, a competitive online mode and a fully 3D camera for use in the main game.
Metal Gear maestro Hideo Kojima took to Twitter following his star turn at last night's Konami's pre-E3 press conference to answer some questions from fans, translated by Andriasang.
The Zone of Enders HD Collection, also announced last night, includes the contents of the Anubis Special Edition.
The Metal Gear Solid HD Collection is being crafted by Bluepoint, the developer behind the excellent God of War Collection. MGS3 runs at 60 frames per second, Kojima said.
There are "many areas" of Peace Walker being remade for the HD version. "It's not just emulation... and the play feel is completely new."
As part of the session, Kojima tweeted a MGS 25th anniversary image, below. What could it mean?
We do know, however, that there are no plans to create a HD Snatcher game. Kojima ruled that one out.
Konami made a raft of announcements last night.
Metal Gear Solid HD Collection is due out for PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 this November as a full retail game.
The PlayStation 3 version features Kojima's new 'Transfarring' system that lets you transfer your Peace Walker save game from your PSP onto your PS3.
The same system features in an HD collection of the first two Zone of the Enders games, due out next year on PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360.