Rumors about the supposed return of Silent Hill they do not stop. Although Konami still does not comment on it, and for some moments it seems that they have not the slightest interest in reviving it, millions of fans refuse to lose hope. Now it was Akira Yamaoka, the legendary composer who made the soundtrack to Silent Hill, who was in charge of fan the rumors on the return of the saga.
In an interview with Al-Hub Which collects Gematsu, Akira Yamaoka revealed that he is currently working on a new project. The above, of course, is nothing strange if we take into account the renowned career of the composer. What’s really interesting is that he described his next adventure as a project that fans have been waiting for
“I think I’ll be able to talk about it in the summer or something like that. But I’m sure it will be the one you’ve been waiting for,” Yamaoka expressed. The short words of the composer have been enough to alter the emotions of the community. It is Silent Hill
Silent Hill reappears in DLCs
Curiously, Silent Hill has begun to generate expectation since the previous year. Not with a full game, of course, but with collaborations with other existing titles. In 2020 it reappeared as a DLC of Dead by Daylight, which included the likes of Cheryl Mason and Pyramid Head; plus a map inspired by Midwich Elementary School. This same year they continued the strategy, but now with downloadable content for Dark Deception: Monsters & Mortals.
According to rumors that have emerged since 2019, the reboot of Silent Hill it would be a PlayStation 5 exclusive. And several reports agree that Sony Japan Studio, one of the internal studios of the Japanese company, is in charge of the project. For its part, Konami’s video games division is undergoing a restructuring process and we do not know to what extent it could be involved in development.
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