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Konami Says New Silent Hill Game Rumors Are False

Over March 2020, varied rumors have been going round suggesting issues like Silent Hills wasn’t dead, Sony was working to amass the IP from Konami for video games, and that Hideo Kojima, who was infamously concerned with the P.T. Silent Hills venture, can be engaged on a brand new sport. However, Konami has confirmed that the rumors have been all false. [Thanks, Rely on Horror!]

A Konami consultant mentioned the next about any Silent Hill reboot or revival rumors that had come up in March 2020 to Rely on Horror:

We’re conscious of all of the rumors and experiences however can verify that they aren’t true. I do know it’s not the reply your followers might need to hear.

It’s to not say we’re fully closing the door on the franchise, simply not in the best way it’s being reported.

The final time new Silent Hill video games appeared have been in 2012. Three totally different video games appeared that 12 months. That was when the brand new Silent Hill: Downpour for the PlayStation Three and Xbox 360, the Silent Hill HD Collection that included Silent Hill 2 and 3 for the PlayStation Three and Xbox 360, and Silent Hill: Book of Memories for the PlayStation Vita have been all launched. These have been adopted by the P.T. playable teaser launched at gamescom 2014, which was designed to showcase the upcoming Kojima and Guillermo del Toro Silent Hills sport starring Norman Reedus. It was canceled in 2015.

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