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PT Demo Video Shows Lisa Off-Screen Behaviors Are Incredibly Detailed

For years, it’s been abundantly clear the Kojima Productions group behind 2014’s P.T. put loads of tender loving care into the short-lived challenge. Videos from YouTuber Lance McDonald, whereby he exhibits outcomes from his hacking the playable teaser, additional communicates this reality. McDonald’s newest dive into P.T.’s interior workings unveils much more of a shocking consideration element. Evidently, not all of Lisa’s ghostly off-screen antics have been carried out by an invisible drive.

Check out the brand new video under:

The newest video from McDonald targets a couple of factors of curiosity, every revealing Lisa’s behind-the-scenes habits. In one significantly intriguing occasion, McDonald travels upstairs through the scene the place Lisa appears down from the balcony. While the upstairs space is moderately small, a mannequin of Lisa does seem, trying down menacingly. When it’s her cue to fade into the upstairs space’s darkness, she merely takes one step again, earlier than the character mannequin tilts backwards in an odd trend and disappears into the ground.

Another fascinating revelation issues an early part of the demo. When first getting into the looping hallway, gamers cross a lightweight fixture. Paying shut consideration to the encircling partitions exhibits a shadow shifting behind the participant, mimicking Lisa’s head-twitching antics. Of course, turning round suggests there’s nothing there.

At first, such actions could appear a developer trick, imposed bit imagery on the wall meant to forged an phantasm. However, McDonald’s inspection proves this isn’t the case. In patching the sport engine, McDonald discovered a option to keep away from the sport monitoring the participant’s line of sight. Doing so reveals Lisa is definitely following alongside, solely vanishing when the participant interacts with the picture close to the answering machine.

One of the extra intriguing revelations issues Lisa’s habits after gamers enter the toilet for the primary time. From throughout the lavatory, gamers can hear Lisa loudly strolling down the corridor. This isn’t a trick of sound, both. McDonald’s video exhibits footage outdoors the toilet of Lisa’s character mannequin awkwardly stomping alongside. It’s past spectacular, merely for the truth that gamers would by no means see such a factor.

Unfortunately, Kojima’s imaginative and prescient for the subsequent Silent Hill entry by no means got here to fruition. However, recent rumors counsel Sony and Konami are engaged on a option to change that. At current, these unsubstantiated claims and McDonald’s continued work are all Silent Hill followers should cling to.

[Source: Lance McDonald on YouTube]

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