PLEASE, THIS TIME BE TRUE
Silent Hill has long been absent from video game consoles, and fans of the series still painfully remember Hideo Kojima and Guillermo del Toro’s canceled project.
Konami has given some hints about their possible return, including collaborations with other horror games where we saw remastered versions of the characters.
It seems that Silent Hill could be back soon, or at least that is what composer Akira Yamaoka hinted in a recent interview, as he gave a clue that touched many fans.
A NEW PROJECT THAT SOUNDS LIKE SILENT HILL
With the return of Resident Evil 2 and Resident Evil 3 it became clear that remakes of old games can be a hit, and when they arrived, many began to push Konami for a new Silent Hill.
So far there is no official information that allows us to know if the Japanese company heeded the pleas, but the composer Akira Yamaoka gave a clue that moved everyone.
In a recent interview with the Al Hub site, the musician revealed that his next project will be shown in the summer and that it is something “that fans are eager to hear about.”
Will he be working on Silent Hill again?
Akira Yamaoka is strongly tied to Silent Hill, so it is the first game that came to our mind with this statement; however, he also collaborated on other projects.
The most recent of them is The Medium, but we very much doubt that it has to do with this title, since its launch is still very recent.
For several months it has been rumored that Konami would be looking for a collaboration with Hideo Kojima for a new Silent Hill, possibly a reboot, although we would honestly settle for a remake of the first games.
Anyway, we will have to wait a few more months to see what this mysterious project is about.