Silent Hill 2 remake allows you to explore the entire town without loading screens.
Yesterday’s surprise was quite shocking for the system. Konami revealed four new games to celebrate the return of Silent Hill. That’s right, four. Bloober Team’s Silent Hill 2 remake was the big news, but there’s Silent Hill II, Silent Hill Downfall, Silent Hill: Ascension, and Silent Hill F to look forward to.
Christophe Gans, the film director, is also returning as the director of the new film Return to Silent Hill. Silent Hill inspires this film. How many times can you say Silent Hill in one article? We are about to find out. Recalling Silent Hill 2, it has been revealed that players can explore the entire town without loading screens.
The Silent Hill 2 remake is expected to feature seamless gameplay similar to God of War. Bloober Team confirmed that there would not be loading screens as players move between cutscenes or gameplay or between different areas.
Mateusz Lenart, the PlayStation 5’s creative director and lead designer explained that players would not see loading screens. At the same time, they explore the entire Silent Hill area using the PlayStation 5’s “superfast data stream.” Devs also used the PS5’s 3D audio and haptic feedback to make Silent Hill 2 more terrifying and memorable for old and new fans.
The Silent Hill 2 Remake will be a timed PlayStation Console exclusive. The game will be available on other consoles after 12 months. Unaffected by the above, the game will launch on a PC.