The new installment of the Silent Hill video game saga has been leaked online. This is the Konami trailer that has appeared on networks!
Via social networksthe teaser trailer for the new video game Silent Hill. In the teaser trailer they give us some very interesting information, although they don’t show anything else. Simply, they have limited themselves to offering us a logo next to the global presentation date. It will be on July 12 in just eight days, when we will see the world presentation of the new Konami. We are going to share with you the teaser trailer and continue to discuss more details about it.
Leak: New Silent Hill game from Konami reveal date and teaser trailer have been leaked! Here’s the teaser video and the reveal date is July 12! #SilentHill #xbox #PlayStation pic.twitter.com/JaKBEAOSSX
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This same user who has leaked the teaser trailer for the new Silent Hill developed by Konami wanted to clarify some more information about it. “This was first posted on a Japanese forum,” the user states. However, the post has since been deleted. One source claims it stems from a video game company shareholder meeting. I have not been able to confirm if the latter is real, at least for the moment. Either way, I’ll let everyone know as soon as possible.”
We are still waiting for official confirmation!
At this time, we still have no confirmation or denial from that source. For now, the teaser trailer for Silent Hill It has been given as “true”, although we insist that it might not be true. We are waiting for confirmation from Konami. Although, fortunately, there is barely a week and a day left for the presentation of the game to become official. Whether it’s a lie or a truth, we’ll get rid of doubts next Tuesday.
Silent Hill is a horror video game franchise that has been created by Keichiro Toyama and published by Konami. The first four titles of the saga were developed by Team Silent, an internal group belonging to the aforementioned company. Later works were created or developed by groups unrelated to the original team. This includes the 2006 film adaptation which was directed by Christophe Gansas well as other animated spin-offs.