Silent Hills PS4 Teaser P.T. Now Gone From PlayStation Store
[UPDATE] The playable teaser can no longer be found in the PlayStation Store.
[UPDATE] PT has now been removed from the PlayStation Store in all regions. Read our memorial of the game here.
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The PlayStation 4's "playable teaser" for the cancelled Silent Hills game, P.T., is now no longer available to download on the PlayStation Store. Publisher Konami announced last week that the teaser would be removed on Wednesday, April 29.
Konami has not elaborated on why P.T. was removed from the store, which happened amidst a reported power struggle between the publisher and developer Hideo Kojima, who was directing Silent Hills. Director Guillermo del Toro and actor Norman Reedus were also involved with the game. Although Silent Hills has been cancelled, Konami stated that it remained "committed to new Silent Hill titles."
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For those who didn't pick up the free demo in time, multiple listings for PlayStation 4's with P.T. installed on their hard drives have now appeared on online auction site eBay. If you're wondering what the teaser was about and why it was awarded GameSpot's Game of the Month award upon release, check out our tribute to P.T.
Silent Hills was originally revealed at Gamescom 2014 as horror game P.T., which was launched as a free PS4 demo on the PlayStation Store with no explanation as to what it was. Kojima later said that he wanted to make Silent Hills so scary that it will "make you sh*t your pants." Haven't been following the recent news on Konami and Kojima? We lay out everything that's happened in this timeline.
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