The long-running saga of the rumoured Silent Hill reboot continues.
It seems we’re going to end this year the way we started it- with rumours of an alleged Silent Hill reboot being developed by Sony in partnership with Konami. Supposedly a PS5 exclusive title, this ghost of a game has been the subject of countless leaks and rumours throughout 2020, and if this newest report is to be believed, the game’s announcement is not far away.
Recently, business analyst Roberto Serrano took to Twitter to share the rumour that the Silent Hill reboot that we’ve been hearing so much about is going to (finally) be officially unveiled at The Game Awards next month, on December 10. Serrano’s track record with leaks has been a bit spotty at best, but the folks at Rely on Horror, whose history with horror-related leaks is much more solid, say that their own sources have suggested the same.
Of course, we’ve heard multiple times throughout this year that the game is going to get announced on a certain date, only for that to not happen when that date comes to pass. It’s possible that plans have changed internally due to COVID – which would be in keeping with how this year has gone – but given how many times we’ve been burned in the past, it’s best to take any and all Silent Hill-related leaks with a grain of salt for now.
Either way, we’ll keep you posted should we come across any new information, so stay tuned for any and all updates.
12.10 THE GAME AWARDS – World Premiere
KONAMI | PS5
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— Roberto Serrano' (@geronimo_73) October 31, 2020