Silent Hill f is inspired by mythical Japanese horror
The final game revealed that Konami’s “Transmission” showcase was Silent Hill f.
Little is known about this game, as we were only treated to a cinematic trailer. However, its tone, presentation and music were more than enough to garner my interest. This game is set in Japan during the 1960s and appears to be based on mythical Japanese horror, but I could be wrong.
The trailer is very weird, and creepy and its monsters looked like The Last of Us Clicker monsters gate-crashed the Chelsea Flower Show. Silent Hill f will be written by Ryūkishi07: “famed for Japanese visual novels dealing with murder mysteries, psychological and supernatural horror.“
— Silent Hill Official (@SilentHill) October 19, 2022
Silent Hill f will be Neobards Entertainment, a relatively new indie studio that was formed in 2017. Primarily, this is a support studio that has aided the development of Resident Evil: Resistance, Re:Verse, as well as HD remasters of Devil May Cry, Onimusha Warlords and Resident Evil Origins. So, this seems to be the studio’s first solo project.
In case you missed it, here is the reveal trailer for the Silent Hill 2 remake, as well as two other games, Silent Hill: Ascension and Silent Hill: Townfall. Oh, and a movie was also announced called Return to Silent Hill.
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Featured Image Credit: Konami/Neobards Entertainment