There are fresh rumors about Silent Hills from Hideo Kojima and a remake of Metal Gear Solid
Over the past year, we've seen so many rumors about a new Silent Hill that there won't be enough fingers on both hands. This time, the authors of the podcast Moore's Law Is Dead, who in July talked about the release of the sequel to God of War in 2021, shared a couple of major information at once.
Firstly, Kojima Productions and Hideo Kojima himself are really working on Silent Hills for PlayStation 5. Bloggers are extremely confident in their words, and a full announcement is expected on December 11 at The Game Awards.
Secondly, as many rumors of the past few years have claimed, the creators of the remake of Demon's Souls from Bluepoint have been working on a remake of the first Metal Gear Solid for three years. Again, for the PlayStation 5. Mark Cerny, the PS4 and PS5 architect, is also involved in the production.
According to the authors of the podcast, Sony is already ready to conduct gameplay demonstrations of the project, but the company intends to do all this closer to the release. When it is a question. The date of the announcement is also unknown.
Let's briefly discuss the situation with Silent Hill. Throughout the year, there were reports here and there that Sony is actually working on a new part of the series. But who exactly creates the game is unknown.
Some claimed that the relaunch of the series was given to the team of Keiichiro Toyama, the designer and screenwriter of the original Silent Hill, as well as the author of Siren and Gravity Rush. He is allegedly assisted by the designer of the original trilogy, Masahiro Ito, and the cult composer of the franchise, Akira Yamaoka.
There is less information that Hideo Kojima is still working on the new part. A number of sources claim that such negotiations really were, but they quickly ended - Silent Hills will not be. However, now again there are rumors that the game will still be born.
We are waiting for The Game Awards 2020, which will begin on December 11.