Recent leak of new Silent Hill images has seemingly been confirmed by Brazilian actress and model Fadile Waked on Instagram.
|New Silent Hill (2020) Game Image Leak Teased by Actor
After years of reported leaks and rumors, known leaker AestheticGamer AKA Dusk Golem took Twitter to share a few leaked images from an early build of new Silent Hill game but was taken down by Konami with a DMCA copyright claim.
Less than a day after industry insiders corroborating on rumors of multiple upcoming Silent Hill projects being in works, a social media post by a Brazilian model has further fueled speculation on the legitimacy of newly leaked concept arts.
Tokyo-based Brazilian/Lebanese actress and model Fadile Waked has made an Instagram story on recently leaked images, stating that she is receiving messages of her pics leaked everywhere and she is keen to check out the new Silent Hill.
Waked shared a photo of Instagram account @fcreews, where she is seen in a motion-capture suit in two images. Apparently, she is standing next to a man wearing a face mask, who looks a lot like alleged Silent Hill director Hideo Kojima.
|Fadile Waked Teases Silent Hill Image Leak
Since she is based in Japan, her involvement in new Silent Hill project is very much possible and she even teased it on Instagram earlier. However, actors involved in such projects would surely sign an NDA and won't probably share it online.
Fadile Waked teasing at new Silent Hill leak suggest that she is involved in the project, possibly through motion capture or voice over. Since there is no official confirmation or reveal yet, fans are advised to take all these with a grain of salt.
|Rumored Image of Fadile Waked and Hideo Kojima
Latest report says that a Silent Hill 2 Remake is currently in development along with an episodic series and a mainline sequel. Leaked images are from a P.T.-style demo called "Sakura" and her character is probably playing an important part.
Hideo Kojima has long been rumored to direct a new Silent Hill game since 2020, which Konami always denied. If there is even a chance for Kojima's return to work for/with Konami after their fallout, he may start working on a sequel to P.T.