Rumor: Images from the new Silent Hill that Konami rushed to block

Rumor: Images from the new Silent Hill that Konami rushed to block

Insider Dusk Golem doesn't have a perfect history of leaks, but most of his predictions are still coming true.
This time he's released images from the new Silent Hill game - and there's even some circumstantial evidence of authenticity! In his tweet and comments on the Dusk Golem forum he mentions the following: The pictures are old and date back to around 2020.
The project may look different now.
\"I will also mention the names Anita and Maya and text messages,\" Dusk Golem writes, but does not specify what he means.
Perhaps the texting is a reference to the tale that one of the upcoming Silent Hill games can interact with you in real life, including texting on your phone even when the game is not running.The production is not handled by one studio, it is a collaborative effort.
Masahiro Ito, the artist of Team Silent and the author of Pyramid Golem, is involved in the making of the game.The picture with a bunch of sticker sheets denotes some kind of gameplay feature.This is not the only Silent Hill that is currently in development.Sony is still involved in the franchise in some way.The first picture has a date (October 2020) and the signature of the artist - Masahiro Ito.The authenticity of the leak indicates that some time later images were blocked at the request of the copyright holder.
Dusk Golem sees who sent the complaint and says it's just Konami.According to Dusk Golem, he has three dozen screenshots from this Silent Hill, several more from another, videos and other materials.
Recall the latest rumors about the fate of Silent Hill: The Polish Bloober Team has officially confirmed a collaboration with Konami, but did not specify which project in question.
In the late 2021s, the media reported that a Silent Hill title will be released by Kojima Productions with financial support from Sony.Silent Hill creator Keiichiro Toyama probably won't be involved with the upcoming games in the series as he's currently working on his own Slitterhead.

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