silent Hill and Metal gear the publisher Konami partners with The way creator Bloober Team in a “strategic partnership”, the companies have ad. They will “jointly develop selected content and exchange expertise” on new and existing game properties. “We look forward to combining the Bloober team and our respective characteristics and strengths to create high quality content,” Konami President Hideki Hayakawa said in a statement.
The news should wake up the ears of silent Hill fans are hoping for a new chapter. Bloobeur The way is also a horror style game (even using a score of silent Hill composer Akira Yamaoka) with players alternating between real and after world versions.
On top of that, the CEO of Bloober Team hinted earlier this year that he was working on something interesting. “In fact, we’ve been working for over a year on another game project, another horror IP, and we’re doing it with a very famous game publisher,” he said. Gamesindustry.biz in February. “I can’t tell you who. I can’t tell you what the project is, but I’m pretty sure when people realize we’re working on it, they’ll be very excited.”
Nothing on none silent Hill The IP has been confirmed, however, and it would be understandable if fans remain skeptical. A Silent hills sequel with Hideo Kojima, Guillermo del Toro and Norman Reedus was canceled in 2015 – despite the appearance of an impressive playable teaser.
Still, the Konami and Bloober Team partnership is a promising development. The way generally met with good reviews, although our own Jessica Condit find her a bit “average”, so to speak. The game’s “dual reality” change was also done well, so if the two companies combine their horror techniques and technology, it could result in a compelling IP.
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