Konami would have prohibited Bloober Team from introducing important new features in the remake of Silent Hill 2as reported by journalist Imran Khan. L’ex senior editor at GameInformer, Imran Khanon Twitter reveals that he has talked to people close to the project and has received some interesting information regarding the development.
So Khan commented on his official Twitter profile: “As for Silent Hill 2, the people I talked to about this game who are close to the project said that Konami used an extremely short leash with Bloober Team in terms of changes and new content. However, I do not think this excludes possible changes a priori“.
In short, it seems that Konami wants to make a remake true to the original title. Besides the obvious graphic improvements and the updating of some mechanics to adapt them to modern gaming platforms, it seems that we should not expect big changes.
Recall: during the Silent Hill Transmission also revealed Silent Hill Ascension and three other projects. The first is Silent Hill F, known by the code name of Project Sakura. The second is instead Silent Hill Townfall, developed by No Code, one of the Annapurna Interactive teams. The last one is instead Silent Hill 2 Remake which, well, certainly needs no introduction. Of the latter, also revealed the requirements for PC. Also revealed were plans for a new film, Return to Silent Hill, which will be based on the second chapter.
For what it’s worth regarding Silent Hill 2, the people I’ve talked to about this game that are close to the project have said Konami has had an extremely short leash with Bloober in terms of changes or new content. I don’t think that means no possibility of changes, though.
— Imran Khan (@imranzomg) October 19, 2022
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Source: Imran Khan