Some pictures have surfaced online of what was supposed to be a remake of silent hill 2. You can see it below, but in poor quality.
The images show that the project will follow similar gameplay to a remake Resident Evil 2with an “over the shoulder” view.
Shortly after the leak, insider Dusk Golem, who has already leaked several other things reliably, confirmed that the footage is real but not recent:
Well, I’m going to say this because the pictures are right there. It’s real, but it’s nowhere near the end product. It’s from an internal demo of Bloober’s proposal before it was greenlit, so it’s literally a proof-of-concept without a budget rather than a finished product, just keep that in mind. From everything that could have leaked, that’s not what the end game looks like.
I mentioned before that Konami was looking for proposals in the summer [inverno brasileiro] As of 2018, this was one of the proposals that got the green light, but take it as it is; A proposal without a big budget to launch a concept.
This means that the images below are real, but they are from the beginning of the project in the concept stage.
In May this year, VGC reported that Konami’s plans for the silent Hill Includes a remake, a new game and an episode project. It will be a remake silent hill 2including being a temporary exclusive title on PS4 and/or PS5 Developed by Bloober team.
However, bearing in mind that Konami plans to reveal a new game at Tokyo Game Show 2022a new edition of silent hill 2 You will fit into this position. However, according to website sources VGCTGS advertising would be something on a smaller scale and has nothing to do with heavy corporate franchises like Castlevania, Metal Gear And the the silent Hill. In other words, advertising is probably for Suicodin.
On the other hand, since it seems tentatively exclusive to PlayStation, it could be announced in September at the PlayStation Showcase, if Sony actually organizes a presentation for this month.
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