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'Silent Hill 2' Remake Leak Shows Nurse And New Gameplay Perspective

'Silent Hill 2' Remake Leak Shows Nurse And New Gameplay Perspective

Leaked screenshots appear to show Bloober Team's rumoured remake of Silent Hill 2.

There’s no franchise that’s quite as elusive as Silent Hill. Clearly, something is in the works. Back in July, a leaked teaser trailer seemed to suggest that Konami was cooking up a reboot with fans convinced that a full reveal may be coming at this month’s Tokyo Games Show. Alongside that, it appeared as if Bloober Team might also be working on a Silent Hill project after screenshots leaked online earlier this year. It’s now looking like that could be a remake.

Take a look at the trailer for upcoming horror Slitterhead, created by Silent Hill developer Keiichiro Toyama.

This latest leak appears to suggest that Bloober Team are in fact working on a remake of Silent Hill 2. The screenshots were discovered by Twitter user alej135 and shared via the_marmolade. Admittedly, they’re very blurry and don’t give much away but the character certainly resembles Silent Hill 2’s James Sunderland in terms of clothing and hairstyling, plus you can see a bubble head nurse.

As reported by Eurogamer, the most interesting part about the screenshots is the point of view. Silent Hill 2 was played from a third-person perspective but featured a fixed angle whereas the screenshots appear to reflect today’s go-to over-the-shoulder view.

As always, there is no verifiable source for these screenshots so take all of this with a pinch of salt until anything is officially confirmed by Konami or Bloober Team. Dust Golem, who leaked the screenshots, did take to ResetEra to note, “They're real, but they're not even close to the final product. These are from an internal pitch demo from Bloober before they got greenlit, so it's literally a no budget proof of concept thing rather than a final product.” One day, we’ll get real confirmation of a Silent Hill project folks. Just keep crossing your fingers.

Featured Image Credit: Konami

Topics: Silent Hill, Konami