Silent Hill followers have begun to decode a few of the secrets and techniques hidden within the new teaser for Silent Hill: Townfall.
Introduced throughout Konami’s Silent Hill Transmission broadcast, the transient teaser given by No Code inventive director Jon McKellan invited followers to analyse the video for clues… so that they did.
While there is not any doubt way more to uncover, followers have found that there is a SOS sign tucked between the THY FLESH IS WEAK photos, while a riveting thread on the sport’s subreddit neighborhood has found textual content within the spectrogram when changing the trailer to an mp3.
After working it a number of occasions at totally different frequencies, MilkManEx believes they’ve uncovered a message hidden inside: “WHATEVER HEART THIS TOWN HAD HAS NOW STOPPED”.
Followers additionally consider that at 0.33, the voice appears to say: “Wow, is that basically Alessa?” which is our strongest hyperlink but to key Silent Hill lore. Alessa is the little lady seen all through Silent Hill in the course of the first sport and must be fairly acquainted to anybody who’s performed the primary or third installments, or watched the unique Silent Hill film.
It additionally has some followers speculating that this sport’s curious title, Townfall, suggests it’ll cowl the city’s personal supernatural origins – or a “city’s downfall”, if you’ll.
After what seems like an eternity of leaks, Konami formally revived its long-dormant Silent Hill sequence with a flurry of exercise earlier this week, beginning with remake of horror masterpiece Silent Hill 2, which is being developed by Bloober Group for PC and PS5 as a timed console unique.
Bloober Group – the studio behind the likes of The Medium, Layers of Worry, and Observer – has been rumoured to be concerned in a Silent Hill revival way back to June final 12 months, when it introduced a partnership with Konami to create a brand new sport. Rumours that the challenge can be a Silent Hill 2 remake started to coalesce following a sequence of leaks earlier this 12 months.
Earlier as we speak, we reported that Silent Hill 2 translator Jeremy Blaustein is asking Konami to credit score his work on the unique Silent Hill 2 sport within the remake, saying “it is the precise this to do”.
Blaustein says that whereas he doesn’t “count on or search any monetary compensation”, “I do strongly really feel that giving me applicable credit score for my function is the precise factor to do”.