Christophe Gans, the director behind 2006’s Silent Hill movie as well as the upcoming cinematic reboot, has revealed that Konami has ‘several’ Silent Hill games currently in development.
The movie maker confirmed the news during an interview (seen below), where he seemingly backed up previous reports that Konami is looking to resurrect the psychological horror franchise, with one of those games being a Silent Hill 2 remake from Bloober Team.
I’m working with the Silent Team, the original creators at Konami, there are several games in development as we speak, there are several teams on it, with a big line of games, they will revive the franchise, I think they were really impressed of the success of the remakes of Resident Evil that are evidently exceptional games.
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The interview also mentioned that “we know Bloober Team are working on Silent Hill 2 Remake,” to which Gans simply replied, “yes.”
Gans’ comments come not long after a project known as Silent Hill: The Short Message was rated in Korea, which seems to be a demo for a much larger title.
The original Silent Hill launch back in 1999 for the PSOne, and spawned successful franchise including Silent Hill 2 and Silent Hill 3. However, the franchise went on ice for nearly a decade following the release of Silent Hill: Downpour.
[Source – ResetEra]