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Well-known insider Dusk Golem received and shared several images from the proposed development. silent Hill Thursday game. The screenshots posted on Dusk Golem’s Twitter account didn’t work for a long time. According to the source, Konami quickly removed these images, although the exact reason for this remains unknown.
Dusk Golem is an established leader in revealing the obvious details about games before the studios announce them. For example, he discovered that Rise of the monster hunter will run on RE Engine back in August 2020 before Capcom confirmed the details after September 2020 Nintendo Direct. He also received word that Resident Evil Village there were almost monster mermaids. So while Dusk Golem seems to have a proven track record, you should take everything he says with a grain of salt. After all, this is a leak, and besides, games that are in development are subject to change. If the game exists, it may not look like this, or it may not come out at all.
May 12 Dusk Golem tweeted four images of what he claimed were from silent Hill a game it is currently in development. He said the source was new, but the man provided him with “more than enough evidence” to believe. images were legal though nothing was confirmed Kotaku. He also gave a few details about the project, which apparently includes the names “Anita” and “Maya”, as well as a link to SMS messages. So, like any leader, Dusk Golem posted this – only to have the images blocked.. Then he moved to the reset era claim that it was Konami who sent him the takedown notice.
Kotaku reached out to Konami for comment.
After receiving an email comment, Dusk Golem shared the images with Kotaku and gave additional information about the notification he received.
“Never happened before with anything I’ve ever posted about Konami, a first for me,” said Dusk Golem. “I think they just removed it because it ruins some of the surprises, especially when people find out what the project really is (sorry won’t go into details as it’s a bit of a spoiler and I think it was it would be harmful to be there for the developers). and players).
The acclaimed horror series that first hit the scene in 1999 has been dormant for ten years, with the last entry being released in 2012. Silent Hill: Downpour. The franchise was ready to return after iconic Fri. before it was unceremoniously removed from stores. These images, if associated with silent Hill, creepy. Two of them show a closet-like room littered with boxes and rubbish, another shows a figure standing in some sort of hallway lined with sticky notes, and another shows a woman’s face tilting back to reveal paper under her skin. Dusk Golem said that “the pictures are a little dated”, claiming they are from a 2020 build and that the project probably “looks a little different now”. You can check them out below.
It is unclear if the takedown notice Dusk Golem received was actually from Konami. There is a possibility that it could be someone posing as a company, which happened in February of this year when someone pretended to be Nintendo to use YouTube’s DMCA politics. Dusk Golem said he checked the notification and was sure it came directly from Konami.
“The only notification I got was on Twitter,” Dusk Golem said. “If someone impersonated them, they quickly did their homework. I went through everything I could when I got it myself, and it’s all for sure.”