Let's just curb all this negativity and try to be excited about this new project for a change.
The remake has been in development since 2019, but when it launches is going to be entirely up to Konami, the developer says.
"We approach working on the remake with such great care and respect for the original game," the developer says.
Bloober Team and Konami's survival horror remake is looking like a giant technological leap over the 2001 original.
Speaking to people "close to the project," journalist Imran Khan says Konami has been "pretty good" at choosing partners.
Silent Hill is coming back- here's everything you need to know about.
3D audio is also supported on the console, and "superfast data streaming" ensures players can explore the town seamlessly.
Bloober Team's Mateusz Lenart says the remake will feature the "best facial expressions" in the series' history due to state-of-the-art motion capture.
A Core i7-8700K or Ryzen 5 3600X, an RTX 2080 or Radeon 6800XT, and 16 GB RAM are needed to run at Medium quality in 60 FPS or High quality in 30 FPS.
The long-rumoured Silent Hill 2 remake has been officially announced. Developed by Bloober Team, it will release for PS5 and PC.
A new report reiterates that a Bloober Team-developed Silent Hill 2 remake will be announced later today, with Akira Yamaoka and Masahiro Ito also involved.
Masahiro Ito, who created the iconic Pyramid Head, and composer Akira Yamaoka have both shared the Transmission stream's announcement.
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."
Leaks surrounding Silent Hill's long-rumoured revival are intensifying once again, with images from two of its three alleged projects having emerged again.
Previous leaks have claimed that a Silent Hill 2 remake is in development at Bloober Team, being one of three Silent Hill projects in the works across different studios.
The first-person horror title is out in early 2023 for Xbox Series X/S, PS5, and PC with the tagline "horror reimagined."
Discover the source of your fears when the sequel arrives for Xbox Series X/S, PS5, and PC via Steam and the Epic Games Store next year.
Developed on Unreal Engine 5, the horror game is reportedly coming to Xbox Series X/S, PS5, and PC as per insider Tom Henderson.
More than 30 partners are confirmed with "events, activities and updates" for fans planned. Even more are still to be announced.