Images purporting to show Konami’s Silent Hill 2 remake have surfaced online

Footage showing a planned Silent Hill 2 remake has surfaced online.

The footage, which has been shared widely on social media (mirrored by @the_marmolade), is believed to be from an internal terrain demo for the game, according to famed insider Dusk Golem, which VGC’s own sources have corroborated.

“These are from an internal Bloober demo before they were greenlit, so it’s literally proof of concept with no budget,” he said, referring to the poor quality images. writes Dusk Golem “That’s not really what the end game looks like.”

VGC reported last February that Konami was planning to revive the long-dormant horror game series, and this remake would be part of those plans.

As VGC reported earlier this year, a remake of Silent Hill 2 is reportedly under active development at The Medium Developer Bloober Team. Sources suggest the game will be a timed exclusive for PlayStation consoles (alongside PC).

Another episodic series of Silent Hill “news” is said to be in development at a studio under Annapurna Interactive, the acclaimed publisher behind games such as Sayonara Wild Hearts, Outer Wilds and Telling Lies.

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The Medium studio has been constantly linked to the Silent Hill franchise over the past 18 months. Last year, the Polish developer announced a “strategic cooperation agreement” with Konami, months after Bloober’s CEO claimed he was working on an existing horror IP from “a very famous game publisher “.

Silent Hill composer Akira Yamaoka even worked on Bloober’s 2021 title, The Medium, and teased his next game project, saying it’s “the one you were hoping to hear about.”

VGC first announced Konami’s plans to ramp up its premium game development last year, with new installments and remakes for its biggest franchises including Metal Gear and Castlevania.

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