Silent Hill has been rated in Korea, so could this mean that an announcement for Konami’s iconic survival horror series is on the way?
At this point, it’s practically impossible to not roll your eyes at the mere mention of a Silent Hill announcement.
Could this be promising Silent Hill news?
As reported by Gematsu, the game rating and administration committee of Korea has rated the currently announced “Silent Hill: The Short Message”.
Some Silent Hill rumours claimed that multiple projects are in the works. We’ve also heard rumours of a Silent Hill 2 remake from Bloober Team, as well as stories of a reboot.
The reboot in question is rumoured to be dubbed “Project Sakura” with some believing that this could be a fifth-numbered entry.
However, another Silent Hill project is said to be inspired by Telltale Games, responsible for The Walking Dead adaptation, a popular episodic franchise.
What does the Silent Hill rating mean?
Now, this is pure speculation on my part, but the name “Silent Hill: The Short Message” seems befitting of a game with an episodic format.
Let’s say that this Silent Hill episodic game has several episodes. The title “Short Message” seems like it could be a perfect name for a single episode. However, I could be wrong.
Furthermore, the Korean rating for the Silent Hill title is listed under UNIANA.
Take rumours with a pinch of salt
Naturally, we must take all rumours with a pinch of salt. That being said, however, it could be promising news that Silent Hill is being rated in some regions.
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