According to a follow-up report about publisher Konami, Hideo Kojima may be working on a new Silent Hill game allegedly being funded by Sony.
It’s once more been reported Kojima Productions is working on a new Silent Hill game. Hideo Kojima was famously working on the canceled Silent Hills before his infamous departure from series publisher Konami. The game’s demo, P.T., left many terrified and wanting to see more from the Metal Gear creator’s vision of the horror franchise. The odds of it happening have seemingly shrunk over the years, but reputable sources are now suggesting it’s possible.
A week prior, it was reported that Konami is developing multiple Silent Hill games, a new Castlevania, and a Metal Gear Solid 3 remake. One of the Silent Hill games is allegedly being developed by Bloober Team, a studio that has already been heavily rumored to be part of the dormant horror franchise’s revival. It’s otherwise been left to speculation what the other Silent Hill games could be and who is making them. However, if new information is accurate, a new Silent Hill may once again involve Hideo Kojima.