As the days go by, the rumors about Konami’s big announcement are intensifying. If the latest rumors from the corridors suggest a possible resurrection of Metal Gear Solid 1 2 and 3 in Remastered version, it could finally be that another legendary game faces its return to consoles and PC, with a possible temporary exclusivity for PlayStation. Her name ? silent Hill 2 Remakes.
Silent Hill 2 Remake, Konami’s surprise?
It must be said that speculation on this potential comeback is not new, hope having begun to germinate in the minds of fans in last maywhen Dusk Golem (often well-informed on everything related to the franchise), shared on his Twitter account several screenshots as well as various elements concerning a new Silent Hill game.
The story could have ended there while the players would have remained unsatisfied, except that Konami’s reaction will have the effect of tickling the curiosity of some.
Having very little appreciated this publication, the Japanese firm quickly suspended Dusk Golem’s Twitter account, citing intellectual property violation.
Will he do the same in the coming days with the @the_marmolade account? Nothing is less certain, but it may in any case not return to Konami’s good graces after the publication of his last tweet.
—Andrew Marmo (@the_marmolade) September 4, 2022
According to a message posted by Dusk Golem on ResetEra, these poor quality images that have been circulating widely on social networks (taken by @the_marmolade), are said to come from an internal demo of the game, which VGC sources have since corroborated. Dusk Golem explains as follows:
These images are from an internal Bloober demo before they got the green light, so it’s literally no-budget proof of concept. That’s not really what the final game will look like.
Recall that the name of the Bloober Team studio has often been associated with this possible remake over the past 18 months, while a “strategic cooperation” agreement with Konami was formalized last year by the Polish studio. , this just months after its CEO said he was working on an existing horror game from a “very famous game publisher”.