Some months ago it was discovered that Silent Hill developer Climax Studios was on the lookout for new staff to help them on the development of a new Project Morpheus game.
Today, new information has come to light suggesting that the Silent Hill: Shattered Memories and Silent Hill: Origins developer may be working on a horror game to create some real scares using Sony’s virtual reality headset.
Climax Studios has updated its official webpage revealing some creepy concept art images of an unannounced game, which could be the Project Morpheus game in question.
Most recently the Portsmouth-based developer has worked on the port of Housemarque’s PS3 title Dead Nation: Apocalypse to PS4 as well as bringing the Xbox 360 and PS3 hit Castlevania: Lords of Shadow to PC. It’s website also lists a number of other current projects, including Americana and Vagabond, which are also accompanied by concept art but no firm details. It's a pure guess which, if any, of these games are associated with its Project Morpheus recruitment drive, but wouldn't it be great to get a VR game that scares the living daylights out of us?