According to YouTuber Moore's Law is Dead, Hideo Kojima is working on the rumoured Silent Hill game in some capacity. Also, there's a chance that Konami reveal it at The Game Awards show.
Rumours about a new Silent Hill game just won't go away. During 2020 we got several hints from reliable insiders that Sony and Konami are indeed working on something Silent Hill-related but it's been almost a year since these rumours surfaced and we still did not get an official confirmation that this is indeed the case.
Many assumed that this new Silent Hill title would be revealed at one of the PlayStation 5 shows but sadly, that never happened. However, it seems that The Game Awards show, which is scheduled for December 11, 2020, could be the place where Sony and Konami will finally lift the curtain on their new game.
This is according to YouTuber Moore's Law is Dead, who also claims that Hideo Kojima is working on the game in some capacity.
"I have sources telling me Silent Hill sounds almost entirely confirmed, I say almost entirely since I haven't talked to someone working on the game but it sounds basically confirmed that they have worked out some deal to get Kojima to work on this game and I think there's a chance they may reveal it at the VGAs [The Game Awards]," YouTuber said.
Before you get all excited we suggest you take this info with a dose of scepticism since many insiders have been wrong regarding the reveal date. On top of this, Moore's Law is Dead has been right about some things before but he also got many things wrong so it's possible his sources are not 100 per cent sure about this too.