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Bloober Team denies Silent Hill rumors, confirms development of two ‘bigger’ games
After the information about Bloober Team receiving grants for four games from The European Union’s Media Program has been made public, fans started to speculate that one of them could be a new Silent Hill project. However, the studio has dispelled all the rumors.
Four horror titles by Bloober Team co-funded with €150K grants from European Commission. Here’s why
Bloober Team received at least four grants, each worth €150 thousand, through the European Union’s Media Program. The European Commission awarded these grants to the studio to support the development of four horror games, including The Medium and Layers of Fear 2. Here’s what the European Commission saw in them.
Konami producer hints at outsourcing old IPs to third-party devs, urging to ‘wait for future projects’
There has been a lot of talk about Konami working with third-party studios on new games based on its classic IPs like Silent Hill and MGS. Now the company’s producer has hinted at the possibility of these collaborations.
Controversial shooter Six Days in Fallujah revived 11 years after being canceled by Konami
Six Days in Fallujah is a game about the Iraq war that was canceled by Konami in 2009 due to a controversy over the title’s portrayal of the armed conflict. 11 years later, the game is suddenly back in development by a new studio led by former Bungie employees.
Konami denies Silent Hill comeback rumors
In mid-March, rumors surfaced that two Silent Hill games might be in development. One is allegedly a soft reboot made by the creators of the original games including director and writer of the 1999 Silent Hill Keiichiro Toyama, Silent Hill 2 and 3 art director Masahiro Ito and composer Akira Yamaoka. The other project was described as an attempt to revive the cancelled Silent Hills, with Kojima Productions behind it.