Silent Hill f is a survival horror game developed by Konami and NeoBards Entertainment, and published by Konami.
It is the ninth mainline Silent Hill entry, and the first new mainline entry in over a decade. Unlike other Silent Hill titles, it is set in 1960s rural Japan rather than the titular town.
Silent Hill is coming back- here's everything you need to know about.
"We will expand our partnerships and broaden the world of Silent Hill together with teams that love the series from around the globe," the company says.
Konami ended its Silent Hill Transmission by unveiling a new mainline game in the franchise. Titled Silent Hill f, we got a short CG trailer for the announcement.
Metadata for today's Silent Hill Transmission spills the beans on upcoming announcements. The show will be nearly 50 minutes long.
After nearly three years of persistent leaks and rumours, it seems Konami is finally ready to officially unveil the future of the Silent Hill franchise.
Christophe Gans, who is also directing the upcoming reboot, says several teams are working on the series with a "big line of games."
The title is included in a batch of game ratings for UNIANA, which publishes Konami's titles in South Korea, though platforms weren't specified.
Leaks surrounding Silent Hill's long-rumoured revival are intensifying once again, with images from two of its three alleged projects having emerged again.
VGC's Andy Robinson has recently heard from "several people" that a reveal for the horror series could be happening sooner than reported.
Film director Christophe Gans said in a recent interview that Konami is reviving its psychological horror franchise with new games.
A new report now claims that multiple Silent Hill games tackling different genres are in production across several studios.
AestheticGamer aka Dusk Golem has re-uploaded images from 2020 for the alleged title along with showcasing some new ones.
Insider AestheticGamer has shared some shots that they claim are from the next Silent Hill...and received a DMCA notice for the same.
Konami has filed for a handful of trademark renewals, in which the name Silent Hill was also included.
Konami was a bit too late with renewing its ownership of the official Silent Hill domain, and someone else seems to have beaten them to it.
Leaks have suggested that Konami and Sony are working together to bring the horror franchise back.
A well-known leaker says two titles could be in development.