A new project may be on the way for The Silent Hill game, signed by Japanese gaming giant Konami. Akira Yamaoka, who made the sounds of the horror series, is thought to have made a reference to the new game in an interview. The interesting thing is that the interview in question was later taken off the air.
Yamaoka signaled for the new Silent Hill game?
Silent Hill has a great reputation among horror games. Besides its frightening atmosphere, akira yamaoka’s music makes this atmosphere unique.
Finally, in an interview with a website called Al Hub, the musician revealed that he is working on an expected project for this summer. Yamaoka also underlined that the project is the kind of project everyone expects to hear.
These statements were interpreted as the new game coming in the summer in a very short time. After these comments grew like an avalanche, Al Hub announced that it was removing this interview on request. Who this request came from was not disclosed by the publisher.
Konami last released a demo of silent hill P.T. for PlayStation 4 in 2014. However, even this demo was knocked from floor to floor, and at that time even signature campaigns were organized to ban the game.
Konami, on the other hand, chose to pull the plug without releasing the full version of the game after complaints increased. Finally, it was claimed that Sony Japan Studios and Supermassive Games had developed a new Silent Hill game.
Among the claims that this new game was developed exclusively for PlayStation 5 and will come during a remake of the series.