New Silent Hill Game May be Released in Episodic Format
Developer considering a format similar to that of television seasons.
Metroid Dread - Official "Find Your Power" Trailer New Nintendo Switch Controller In Development | GameSpot News Destiny 2 Players NEED To Play Trials of Osiris God of War: Ragnarok - Everything We Know THQ Nordic 10th Anniversary Digital Showcase Call of Duty: Vanguard - Crossplay Early Access Beta Lost Judgment Video Review Battlefield 2042 Delayed To After Call Of Duty | GameSpot News 9 Minutes Of Cruis'N Blast Night Tour Gameplay Ex Astris - Official Pre-Alpha Gameplay Trailer Ex Astris - Official Cinematic Announcement Trailer Dead by Daylight - Hellraiser DLC: Pinhead Abilities Trailer
The newest entry to the Silent Hill horror game series, Silent Hills, may be released in an episodic format.
Developed by Kojima Productions, studio head Hideo Kojima stated during the Konami showcase event at Tokyo Game Show today that the team was looking at how television seasons were scheduled and considering a similar format for the game. However, at this stage its release format is still undecided.
Silent Hills was originally revealed as horror game P.T. ("playable teaser") for the PS4, which was launched as a free demo on the PlayStation Store with almost no explanation as to what it was. Kojima later admitted that P.T. was an experiment in making a game with Konami's own FOX Engine. The game is a collaboration between Hideo Kojima and Hollywood director Guillermo del Toro.
GameSpot may get a commission from retail offers.