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Silent Hill Transmission Recap: Silent Hill 2 Remake and three new Silent Hill games

Published: 07:31, 20 October 2022
Silent Hill 2 Remake was officially announced and it's made by Bloober Team
Silent Hill 2 Remake was officially announced and it's made by Bloober Team

Konami have a bunch of new Silent Hill games in development and last night, they gave us the first teaser trailer for four upcoming projects, including a PlayStation 5 console exclusive Silent Hill 2 Remake. 

Silent Hill fans are probably feeling butterflies in their stomach after the Silent Hill transmission, which featured announcements for four brand new Silent Hill games. 

Some of them are big new horror experiences but Konami and their partners also have smaller but unique experiences coming in the near future.

If you've missed the live stream, here's a quick recap with all the details and new trailers.

Silent Hill 2 Remake

Silent Hill 2 Remake is confirmed to be a PlayStation 5 console exclusive for at least 12 months. It's also coming to Steam but Xbox players will have to wait for at least a year to play this after the game launches on PlayStation. Masahiro Ito and Akira Yamaoka are involved with the game and have worked closely with Bloober Team . The remake will have an over-the-shoulder camera and modern gameplay. Sadly, there is no release date yet.

Silent Hill Townfall  

Townfall is developed by Annapurna Interactive and No Code and it's a spin-off of the Silent Hill franchise. We don't have details on this one but it's meant to be an expanded concept on Silent Hill. Just like Silent Hill 2 Remake, Townfall does not have a release date.

Silent Hill Ascension

This one is coming in 2023 and it's developed by Genvid Entertainment. It's described as "a new interactive video streaming experience" where users watch the series and make decisions, which seems similar to Netflix's Bandersnatch.

Silent Hill F

This is a brand new Silent Hill game being developed by Neobards Entertainment, who are known for Resident Evil Re:Verse. The story set in 1960s Japan featuring "a beautiful, yet horrifying world". It's written by Ryukishi07, famed for Japanese visual novels dealing with murder mysteries, psychological and supernatural horror. 


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