That new Silent Hill video games are in manufacturing has been confirmed by just about everybody at this level apart from writer Konami itself. This time, the “affirmation” comes from Silent Hill film director Christophe Gans, who revealed throughout a current interview that Staff Silent is engaged on “a number of” new Silent Hill initiatives. Apparently, Konami has been impressed by how Capcom breathed new life into the older Resident Evil video games, and needs to duplicate that success with Silent Hill.
New Silent Hill video games reportedly impressed by the success of Resident Evil remakes
“I’m working with the Silent Staff, the unique creators at Konami,” Gans mentioned (by way of ResetEra). “There are a number of video games in improvement as we communicate, there are a number of groups on it with a giant line of video games – they may revive the franchise. I believe they had been actually impressed by the success of the remakes of Resident Evil which are evidently distinctive video games.”
Gans went on to say that he’s indirectly concerned with any of the video games. The interviewer managed to bait him into confirming Silent Hill 2 remake by saying, “We all know Bloober Staff is engaged on Silent Hill 2 remake,” to which Gans responded, “Sure.”
All eyes are on Konami, who chooses to stay silent (no pun supposed).