As promised, from 19 to 20 October, as part of Silent Hill Transmission broadcasts Japanese publisher Konami has shared the latest news about the further development of its horror series Silent Hill.
First, there was the announcement of the rumored remake of Silent Hill 2 from the Polish studio Bloober Team (The Medium, Layers of Fear). Artist Masahiro Ito and composer Akira Yamaoka are involved in the development.
Silent Hill 2 (so-called rethinking) will be released first on PC (Steam page not available in Russia) and PS5. They promise Unreal Engine 5 graphics, an over-the-shoulder camera, and no loading screens.
Second, Taiwanese studio NeoBards Entertainment (Resident Evil Re:Verse) is making Silent Hill f, a “completely new story” set in the “terrifying world” of 1960s Japan. Platforms and release dates were not named.
Written by When They Cry novelist and otherworldly horror specialist Ryukishi07, the monsters are designed by artist kera and produced by Motoi Okamoto. Supposedthat this is Sakura from leaks.
Thirdly, publisher Annapurna Interactive and developers from the Scottish studio No Code (Observation, Stories Untold) presented Silent Hill: Townfall for unknown platforms. Release dates were also not named.
The details of Silent Hill: Townfall were not disclosed, but it was previously reported that the new No Code project would be a horror game. As part of the Silent Hill Transmission, a mysterious teaser trailer was shown (attached below).
As for Silent Hill: Ascension from yesterday’s leak, there was a interactive streaming series, whose viewers “will be able to shape the canon of Silent Hill”. The show will start in 2023.
Silent Hill: Ascension is being created by technology company Genvid, the authors of Dead by Daylight from Behavior Interactive, which has not released a single Bad Robot Games game by JJ Abrams (JJ Abrams), and the film company dj2 Entertainment.
Finally, Silent Hill Transmission showed interviews with the makers of Return to Silent Hill. As it became known, the third film in the film franchise will be an adaptation of the already mentioned Silent Hill 2.
“Return to Silent Hill” directed by the director of the first film Silent Hill Christophe Gans (Christophe Gans). They promise a modernized design of familiar monsters like Pyramid Head.
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