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Silent Hill movie director confirms Bloober’s Silent Hill 2 Remake and “several” other games

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Another day, another Silent Hill story: This one pretends, once again, that there are “multiple teams” working on “multiple games”, including the “Silent Team” that was around when the first Silent Hill movie was made in 2006.

Christophe Gans, the director of the first Silent Hill movie – whom we already knew was supposed to be working on a third Silent Hill movie – made the surprisingly candid revelations during a recent interview in which he seemingly confirmed persistent rumors that there is more than one Silent Hill game in development, including one from a core internal Konami team.

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His interview also definitively confirms that the Bloober Team is working on a Silent Hill 2 remake, several games are in development, he hasn’t worked with Kojima, and he “knows a little” about the upcoming game.

“I’m working with Silent Team, the original creators of Konami, there are several games in development as we speak, there are several teams on it, with a great lineup of games, they will revive the franchise, I think they were really impressed by the success of the remakes of Resident Evil that are patently exceptional games,” said Gans.

The “Silent Team” part is likely to excite some fans; “Team Silent” is the name often given to the core development team of the first four games, although in truth, this team changed radically from game to game, with composer and sound director Akira Yamaoka being one of the main players. only points in common between them.

However, it does hint that some of the members of the Silent Hill 1-4 development teams may be involved in the rebooted franchise. My bet is on designer Masahiro Ito and Yamaoka given that the former’s concept art appeared in leaked images, and the latter had an interview last year for possibly saying too much about the secret project. Others like Keiichiro Toyama are currently linked with severed headof course, so it remains to be seen if their names will also appear in the new projects.

As for the second Gans movie and the third in the franchise?

“In this second film, I will try to explain that Silent Hill is a place that owes as much to the creatures that live there as it does to what we project in the city,” Gans reportedly said. as translated by a good Resetera resident.

“So I’m going to go into something much more psychological and much more psychoanalytic to try to get people to understand that Silent Hill is not just this weird shape-shifting labyrinth, but also the projection of souls that are tortured and tormented and sometimes extremely emotional. paradoxical that can be between crazy love and violence”.

The first of the two Silent Hill movies, despite some iffy accents, was surprisingly palatable for a game-to-movie spinoff, not least because of series composer Akira Yamaoka’s atmospheric sound and faithful rendering of the series. . iconic monster designs. Its successor, however, Silent Hill Revelation, was considered by many to be a senseless disaster.

As for the world’s worst kept secret, the revamped Silent Hill franchise? Concept art for a Silent Hill game was leaked in May, with a woman’s face apparently made of post-it notes with hurtful phrases written on it. Fans have speculated, through language, that the game could be set in the UK. There is also an apparent Silent Hill 2 remake rumoredwhich may or may not be the same game Bloober Team is doing.

YouTuber Dan Allen recently revealed himself for being behind a series of multiple game leaks and admitting to making up Silent Hill rumours, though you shouldn’t let that dampen your enthusiasm too much; a rating for a new Silent Hill game called The Short Message – which may be a PT-type teaser – has been seen in South Korea.

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