Another week, another round of Silent Hill rumors. This time around, Silent Hill rumors claim that a soft reboot is on the way, and the Silent Hill reboot is said to be a PlayStation 5 exclusive.
While they should be taken with a grain of salt for now, it's possible these rumbles hold a tinge of truth to them. The source of the Silent Hill reboot rumors is AestheticGamer, the same source that leaked information about the Resident Evil 4 remake that Video Game Chronicles has continued to verify and support.
(1/5) Just to clarify some things about Silent Hill PS5, as far as I know.
– In 2018, Konami shopped with different studios for two slots to fund the development of a reboot and an episodic Silent Hill game. I knew this from a personal friend and an email from
– AestheticGamer aka Dusk Golem (@ AestheticGamer1) 21 mai 2020
AestheticGamer's information is believed to come from a number of independent sources that they have verified. These sources claim that Sony did not buy the IP from Konami as other rumors suggested, and Silent Hill composer Akira Yamaoka and series creator Keiichiro Toyama leading the project.
If true, rumors have it that a Silent Hill reboot announcement would be coming soon and a playable demo would follow soon after.
As noted above, the veracity of these rumors is still debated. Konami has denied the first round of Silent Hill reboot rumors, although AestheticGamer proved it just before and has remained consistent with Silent Hill so far. Worth keeping an eye out for, either way.
Stay tuned to GameSkinny for more Silent Hill Reboot news as it develops.