Silent Hill followers have been stored ready, guessing, and hoping for years, with solely a gentle drumbeat of rumors and leaks to maintain them sane. Fortunately, at the moment Konami lastly revealed plans for his or her revival of the collection through their Silent Hill Transmission presentation. Along with a remake of Silent Hill 2, these plans embrace Silent Hill Townfall, a brand new title coming from acclaimed indie writer Annapurna Interactive. Townfall can be developed by Statement and Tales Untold developer No Code.

The teaser trailer for Silent Hill Townfall is transient, however evocative. We hear a voice interrogating someone, hinting that they have been trapped someplace and about to be punished for doing one thing “terrible.” The voice additionally teases the particular person they’re speaking to, presumably the game’s protagonist, is there for another nefarious cause as effectively. The teaser trailer exhibits waves washing on the shore, implying the game probably takes place on some form of island, and an old-school moveable TV exhibits varied spooky and grisly pictures. However hey, sufficient of my preamble, try the trailer for your self, beneath.

Not an entire lot to go on there, however contemplate me intrigued nonetheless. It was beforehand rumored that Annapurna’s Silent Hill mission can be episodic, though it isn’t solely clear if that’s the case at this juncture. Right here’s what Silent Hill Townfall inventive director Jon McKellan needed to say concerning the mission…

“For us to work on this game, with our pals at Annapurna, appears like an precise dream come true. It’s an actual honor for us to carry a brand new title to this collection that each respects the source materials, but additionally does one thing slightly bit totally different with it. To say that Silent Hill has been an inspiration to No Code can be an enormous understatement. Our earlier two video games, “Tales Untold” and “Statement” each performed with that very same deep psychological horror. And at No Code, we’re all about weaving that narrative and that have into each side of our game design, our audio, our visuals, even our UI. Clearly, the teaser trailer is only the start and… we are able to’t show you extra simply but.”

Platforms and a launch window for Silent Hill Townfall have but to be revealed, however McKellan says the crew at No Code are “laborious at work,” and extra can be revealed in 2023.