Images from the Rumored Silent Hill reboot are leaky, and Konami's work is shut down

Images from the Rumored Silent Hill reboot are leaky, and Konami's work is shut down ...

According to a series of tweets from prominent horror game creators on Twitter, semblance images of a new Silent Hill game were quickly removed. Despite the fact that they have been removed from Twitter, the images have continued to spread, giving an unconfirmed look at a new Silent Hill project.

Five images of the untitled Silent Hill project have been leaked, including a screenshot of a dirty, trash-filled house; a close-up visual of a woman''s face with a taped edge that appears to be a torn paper; a screenshot with text that appears to be an email containing information about a child neglect investigation; and a screenshot and artwork of a ruined building with sticky notes. Masahiro Ito, the legendary pyramid head character, has created the project

Ito hasn''t commented on the leak on his Twitter account, where he posts often. In early 2020, the artist said he was planning a fresh, unannounced project as a core member of the team.

Dusk Golem said the pictures of the rumored Silent Hill game date back to 2020. Despite its narrative, the player names two characters (Anita and Maya) and implying that SMS messages might help the game. Both parties also noted that this Silent Hill project isn''t the series only game in the development.

The leaked images are rumored to be from the game that Bloober Team, the developer of The Medium, Observer, and Layers of Fear, is developing as part of its previously announced partnership with Konami.

Polygon has reached out to Konami for a comment on the leak to verify their authenticity. Once this story is revealed, we will update it.