Konami’s Silent Hill Demo In October 2022; All You Need To Know
As part of its announcement of its plans for the Silent Hill property, Konami revealed a long-awaited remake, a new movie, and even new games. Those of you who were unable to attend the Silent Hill presentation, titled “Silent Hill Transmission,” need not worry; we have provided a rundown of all the announcements and trailers for your perusal down below.
First up came the official announcement trailer for Bloober Team’s Silent Hill 2 remake, which will be available on PC (through Steam) and PlayStation 5 (PS5). Since it will only be accessible on the PlayStation system for a year following its debut, it will ultimately find its way to the Xbox platform.
Annapurna Interactive and No Code, developers of Stories Untold and Observation, then revealed Silent Hill Downfall. A clear picture of what is occurring has yet to emerge. You may hope for even more exciting developments next year.
The upcoming sequel to Silent Hill, titled Return to Silent Hill, was discussed. Filmmaker Christophe Gans re-uses the same directing style he used for Silent Hill in 2006. Casting and production are still in the early stages, so it will be a while before this one hits theatres.
The events of “Silent Hill game: Silent Hill Ascension” may be experienced “live, in a real-time interactive series,” according to the game’s official website. Play through interactive sequences and other storylines at your own pace. Participating companies include Genvid, Bad Robot Games (under J.J. Abrams’ direction), Behaviour (developers of Dead by Daylight), and DJ2 Entertainment. The projected year of liftoff is 2023.
Subsequent to the presentation, Konami aired a teaser trailer for Silent Hill f, the next installment in the Silent Hill series. This is a fresh new Silent Hill story created by Rykishi07, a well-known Japanese visual novelist, and it takes place in Japan during the 1960s.