Silent Hill ClimbKonami’s cryptic “Interactive live series in real time” Game, just got a brand new trailer. It’s looking tense, with nasty enemies that should provide enough nightmare fuel to get you through the wait for details on other upcoming events silent Hill projects, like The Silent Hill 2 Movie and eagerly awaited Silent Hill 2 PS5 remake.
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The short trailer features characters crawling through shadows and bluish-black forests to avoid many monsters – large, stumbling ones, ones that look like piles of wet entrails, and one with a particularly Ionian face. When it’s over, the screen announces, “Your destiny is in your hands,” and then, “Facing your trauma together.” Cool, I’ve always wanted to do that silent Hill-Theme therapy.
Genvid Entertainment, a sort of gaming-focused streaming service “massively interactive live events” released the trailer. Genvid had previously published The Walking Dead: Last Mile And Pac-Man Community, both Facebook Gaming exclusive live events. Against this background, that is unlikely rise will be a replayable interactive drama horror game How Until dawn– It will probably be more like being in the live audience Danger!but in this case Danger! is evil.
A press release confirms this by saying this rise “Follows several main characters in locations around the world that are plagued by the new and horrifying silent Hill Monster.
“[T]The actions of millions will determine the outcome. Which characters survived to stream the final scene? […] Even the creators of the project do not know how Silent Hill: Ascension will end. Instead, the fate of the character rests in the hands of the audience.”
In the same release, Konami Producer Motoi Okamoto adds that the company “is excited to tell a new interactive story in never-before-explored locations, along with new characters to be introduced to fans of the game.” silent Hill Universe. You decide the fate of several main characters, which unfolds simultaneously around the globe.”
The project will go live later this year.