An Australian video game store listing may have revealed the release date for the highly anticipated Silent Hill 2 remake. According to the leak, James Sunderland is likely to make his comeback on 29 September later this year. While we can't be sure if the date is real, it does make sense to release important games on Fridays.
The leak was first reported on ResetEra and then appeared on Gorilla gaming. Even though GorillaGaming is not well known, caution should be taken when assessing the veracity of the release date. Dusk Golem, a trusted Silent Hill insider, has made some comments that are consistent with this leak. They referred to three yet-to-come Silent Hill game trailers. They suggested that there would be a PS show, as the Silent Hill 2 remake is expected to be a limited-time PS5 exclusive.
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Given the negative feedback many fans received at the last one, it remains to be seen if there will be another PlayStation Showcase this year. Some may wonder why the Silent Hill 2 remake was not included in the last showcase. As a result, the release date announced should be treated with suspicion. Online shops sometimes use rumors as temporary dates to try to get people to pre-order early. It's best to wait for an official announcement before buying anything.
Other games on the horizon alongside Silent Hill 2
In addition to the Silent Hill 2 remake, Konami is also working on other Silent Hill-related projects. Silent Hill: Ascension is an interactive game where players can watch episodes and participate in mini-games to earn points for voting on character actions. A surprise trailer for the game was out not long ago. Although not much has been said about Silent Hill: F and Silent Hill: Townfall since they were announced in October, it seems likely that trailers for both games will be released soon.
Fans of the Silent Hill franchise will be pleased with the recent events that have taken place. Powered by Unreal Engine 5, Silent Hill 2 promises to update the 2001 classic with cutting-edge technology. Sony will use advanced technology to capture realistic facial expressions, creating a variety of emotions without characters speaking. The game will be available on PC and PlayStation 5.