Konami points DMCA takedown of photographs claiming to be a Silent Hill reboot

Photos claiming to be of a Silent Hill reboot just lately appeared on-line, and Konami, the proprietor of the IP, promptly issued a Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA) strike.

4 photographs have been posted by recognized leaker Nightfall Golem with little info to associate with them as Nightfall Golem needed to keep away from posting any spoilers (thanks, PC Gamer). Nevertheless, they did tease the names “Anita and Maya”, and one thing to do with SMS Messages – a characteristic that was beforehand rumored to be included within the Silent Hills recreation Hideo Kojima was engaged on earlier than it was canned by Konami.

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The supply for the Silent Hill photographs is “comparatively new” to Nightfall Golem, however they stated “greater than sufficient proof” was supplied to imagine them. That is apparently not the one Silent Hill recreation in growth both, and the leaked photographs are stated to be from 2020 so issues could have modified in the course of the growth course of.

The DMCA takedown was issued to Nightfall Golem’s Twitter account where the images first appeared.

Whether or not that is the horror recreation Bloober Workforce is engaged on with Konami is unknown. It was at one time considered a Silent Hill recreation, which the studio neither confirmed nor denied. What we do know is that it’s engaged on an “current horror franchise.”

Absolutely a Silent Hill recreation needs to be within the works with some studio. Again in December, sequence composer Akira Yamaoka acknowledged in an interview with Al Hub on YouTube that they have been engaged on a brand new challenge that’s set to introduced this summer season. Unusually sufficient, the channel was requested to take away the video and it complied with out asserting to the world who or what firm needed it off the web so badly.

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All in all, one thing is up with Konami and the Silent Hill IP. Hopefully, this implies we’ll get some form of affirmation quickly as a result of it’s been ages since we obtained a correct important entry within the sequence because the final recreation to be launched was Silent Hill: Downpour in 2012.

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