Image: Kojima Productions

Yesterday it was rumored that Konami is reviving three of its IPs. Gematsu’s sources claim that one of the Silent Hill games is being developed by Kojima Productions, funded by Sony Interactive Entertainment. If true, the title could be exclusive to PlayStation, although Sony has been releasing more of its titles on PC. Kojima Productions and Konami have been estranged since Konami changed its focus, prompting them to separate. Fans have long hoped the two would come to terms for a new collaboration.

Konami has denied that any Silent Hill projects are in the works despite many rumors, such as Bloober Team’s involvement (which recently signed an agreement with Konami to develop an unannounced title) to images from horror manga artist Suehiro Maruo. The game’s original composer also seemingly let a detail slip during an interview, prompting Konami to request a takedown of it. There are reportedly multiple projects in the works.

Sources: Gematsu, Eurogamer

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  1. Please let this be true.
    Silent hill came out about the same time as resident evil, and for me, really captured that horror genre back then.
    Just please don´t be a mess like that last one.

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