October 3, 2022

Pictures have surfaced online purporting to show a remake of Konami's Silent Hill 2

Pictures have surfaced online purporting to show a remake of Konami’s Silent Hill 2

Images reportedly showing a new version of the planned Silent Hill 2 have appeared online.

The images, which were circulated widely across social media (reflected by @the_marmolade), are reportedly from an internal presentation of the game, according to an insider. dusk golemand corroborated by VGC’s own sources.

“This is from an indoor presentation from Bloober before it got the go-ahead, so it’s literally a proof of concept without a budget,” he said, referring to the low-quality images. “This is not actually what the final match looks like,” he continued.

I mentioned VGC last Februarywhich – which Konami He has been planning to revive the idle horror game series for a long time, and this remake is said to be part of those plans.

As VGC reported earlier this year, Remake of Silent Hill 2 It is understood that it is under active development in average Developer Bloober team. Sources indicate that the game will be limited to an exclusive time for Play Station Keyboards (side by side computer).

Another spin-off series of Silent Hill’s “short stories” is understood to be in development in a studio under Annapurna Interactivethe famous publisher behind games like Sayonara Wild HeartsAnd the Outer Prairie And tell lies.

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Studio Medium has been associated with the Silent Hill franchise continuously for the past 18 months. The Polish developer announced last year Strategic cooperation agreement with Konamimonths after Bloober’s CEO claimed it was Work on an existing IP address for horror From a very popular game publisher.

Silent Hill composer Akira Yamaoka He even acted on Bloober’s 2021 movie The Medium and Raised his next game project By saying he’s “the one you’ve been hoping to hear about.”

VGC first mentioned On Konami’s plans to ramp up development of premium games last year, with new installments and remakes of its biggest franchises, including Metal Gear and Castlevania.