Silent Hill 2 Gets Release Date And Trailer At State of Play

Silent Hill 2 trailer

Bloober Team and Sony have released a new trailer for the Silent Hill 2 remake. The trailer debuted during the PlayStation State of Play event on Thursday, and gave a new look into the game for players.

In addition to the trailer, it has been confirmed that the game will launch on October 8, 2024, exclusively on PS5. It also won’t require an always-online connection to play.

“Having received a letter from his deceased wife, James heads to where they shared so many memories, in the hope of seeing her one more time: Silent Hill,” the trailer’s description reads. “There, by the lake, he finds a woman eerily similar to her…

“‘My name… is Maria,’ the woman smiles. Her face, her voice… She’s just like her. Experience a master-class in psychological survival horror―lauded as the best in the series―on the latest hardware with chilling visuals and visceral sounds.”

When it releases in October, Silent Hill 2 will be available on PlayStation 5 and PC. It’s currently available for pre-order for $69.99.

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  1. To whoever is saying “graphics don’t matter” Stop! Graphics matter and this game and so many others at the state of play show that they look last gen or even like PS3 games why would anyone want them? Why would I buy a new console to play a game that does the same thing as the last one? This game doesn’t look good and it’s worrisome because should it’s fail Konami probably will leave game development again. Everyone needs to upgrade to Unreal 5 now or something equivalent to that for better graphics especially if these companies want to justify higher price tags no one wants to pay $70+ for a game that looks old and mechanically doesn’t look that great either.

  2. Why do the characters look so ugly? Next time just have a better remake studio handle it.

  3. Capcom should remake Haunting Grounds in RE or REX Engine and show Konami how it’s done. Haunting Grounds has the creepier vibe that fans want this will disappoint Silent Hill fans I agree with those who said Bluepoint should have handled this project instead.

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