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Resident Evil 8 Will Be Cross-Gen Title

Capcom is likely to release Resident Evil 8 as a cross-gen title next year, according to leaker AestheticGamer. Within months after developer/publisher Capcom successfully launching 2017 survival horror game Resident Evil 7: Biohazard , rumors of development for its follow-up sequel title started surfacing online from various sources. Capcom recently revealed their financial report for current fiscal year, which indicates that Resident Evil 8 will be a cross-gen game awaiting on early 2021, a possibility that is further bolstered by a renowned industry leaker. Resident Evil 8 Will Be Cross-Gen Title RELATED:  Resident Evil 3 Changes Nemesis for Resident Evil 4 Connection Often revealing leaks regarding Resident Evil video game series on Twitter, renowned leaker AestheticGamer aka Dusk Golem is currently speculating for RE8 to launch anytime between late January and March 2021 schedule. Although no official confirmation has been given by Capcom about potential prot

Resident Evil 8 to Have Most Disturbing Enemy Designs in Series

Latest rumor from a trusted leaker claims that Resident Evil 8 will feature most disturbing and gruesome enemies in entire series. After recent release of long-awaited modern-day remake of 1999 survival horror classic Resident Evil 3 , fans are waiting for Resident Evil 8 , next installment of mainline Resident Evil series from developer/publisher Capcom . For past few months, rumors for redesign of original series protagonist Chris Redfield and 2021 release window came out. Further report from a renowned leaker claims RE8 will feature the most disturbing enemy designs in entire series. Resident Evil 8 to Have Most Disturbing Enemy Designs in Series RELATED: Resident Evil 8 New Development and Plot Rumors Frequently answering curious fans about upcoming Resident Evil game when he is not busy leaking major details, leaker AestheticGamer aka Dusk Golem recently talked some more about yet to be unannounced Resident Evil 8 on Twitter. While talking about RE games

Konami Denies Silent Hill Reboot Rumors

Official spokesperson for Konami US denies recent rumors of a Silent Hill reboot and Hideo Kojima's cancelled project. Konami Denies Silent Hill Reboot Rumors Within survival horror genre, Silent Hill series is one of the best among its peers and after a planned reboot was cancelled back in 2015 due to a breakup between Hideo Kojima and publisher Konami , the series went into hiatus. Most recently, reports of a possible revival for Silent Hills project by Sony Interactive Entertainment came out from few trusted sources. However, a Konami PR representative reveals that these latest rumors are not true at all. RELATED: Sony Wants to Buy Castlevania, Metal Gear and Silent Hill from Konami When reached out, a spokesperson confirms that all recent reports of a series reboot are not true. Rely On Horror staff members then requests for some clarification on alleged rumors and they proceed to giveaway more information. Sony attempting to revive Silent Hills title is just a buzz but

Sony Wants to Buy Castlevania, Metal Gear and Silent Hill from Konami

Old rumor of Sony looking to buy popular Konami franchises is refueled by recent reports of Silent Hill reboot. For weeks, reports of a Silent Hill reboot game by Hideo Kojima is out there and two more franchise of developer/publisher Konami has joined that list, according to another recent rumor from image-based bulletin board 4Chan. A user on 4Chan who claimed to be a Konami employee, states earlier that Sony Interactive Entertainment is interested to purchase Castlevania , Metal Gear and Silent Hill series to produce a series of PlayStation 5 -exclusives. Sony Wants to Buy Castlevania, Metal Gear and Silent Hill from Konami RELATED: Konami and Hideo Kojima Rumored to Work on Silent Hills Reboot A full reboot of Castlevania series in style of Bloodborne and Castlevania: Lords of Shadow is planned for SIE Japan Studio . Sony previously helped Konami with PlayStation 4 ports of Rondo of Blood and Symphony of the Night in 2018. Apparently, Sony wishes t

Konami and Hideo Kojima Rumored to Work on Silent Hills Reboot

Recent rumors suggest that Hideo Kojima and Konami will team up to revive Silent Hill franchise through a reboot. When a massive dispute between Hideo Kojima and developer/publisher Konami has led to the former to leave company back in 2015, an attempted reboot of fan-favorite Silent Hill survival horror series was being shelved for good. Earlier this year, there was a rumor of Konami working on two new titles from their iconic series. A latest rumor suggests that Sony is apparently trying to revive Silent Hills for PlayStation 5 console with Kojima and Konami on board. Konami and Hideo Kojima Rumored to Work on Silent Hills Reboot RELATED: New Silent Hill and Fatal Frame Movie Announced by Original Director Shortly after Kojima's departure, Komani has cancelled his ambitious project and removed its demo titled P.T. ("playable teaser") from PlayStation Store and even after five years of its cancellation, fans are still clamoring to bring it back.

New Silent Hill and Fatal Frame Movie Announced by Original Director

Original Silent Hill movie director Christophe Gans will return for new Silent Hill and a Fatal Frame movie. When director Christophe Gans ( Brotherhood of the Wolf , Saint Ange ) made a live-action adaptation of Silent Hill back in 2006, it got barely noticed by franchise fans, regardless of which a lackluster sequel was made in 2012 anyway. In a recent interview with French website Allocine , Gans has revealed that he is currently busy working on a film adaption of survival horror game series Fatal Frame AKA Project Zero and returning to direct a new Silent Hill movie as well. New Silent Hill and Fatal Frame Movie Announced by Original Director RELATED: Silent Hills P.T. Remake for PC by Fan His former project will be set in Japan due to its roots are inspired from many cultural aspects of haunted house setting. Latter film will project atmosphere of a small American town that has been devastated by Puritan movements. For his latest projects, Gans will be colla

P.T. Modder Finds Way to Explore Silent Hills Town

Latest hack for P.T., "Playable Teaser" lets player take a look outside at surrounding town of Silent Hills. It has been a while since developer/publisher Konami has pulled the plug on a demo for their iconic survival horror series reboot titled P.T. , yet there are legion of curious fans who still wants to know more about that playable teaser. Lately, a modder named Lance McDonald has been digging deep into its depths to pull out never-before-seen contents from the short-lived demo and one of his most recent attempts have let him walk around whole town of Silent Hills . P.T. Modder Finds Way to Explore Silent Hills Town RELATED: P.T. Camera Hack Reveals Player Character to Be Norman Reedus McDonald has made discovery of P.T. details such as players are at all times being followed by antagonist Lisa and character model of protagonist bears likeness to actor Norman Reedus ( The Boondock Saints , The Walking Dead ) earlier. Trying to access way to outside of

P.T. Camera Hack Reveals Player Character to Be Norman Reedus

A recent camera hack for P.T., Silent Hills "Playable Teaser" shows Norman Reedus to be the guy you play as. In an attempt to reinvent popular survival horror series Silent Hill , developer/publisher Konami had game director Hideo Kojima to work on a demo titled P.T. for a now cancelled Silent Hills project that was launched on PlayStation Network in 2014. Despite it being scrapped, people seem to be making new discoveries within "Playable Teaser" every now and then. A recent camera hack reveals player character to be actor Norman Reedus ( The Boondock Saints , The Walking Dead ) all along. P.T. Camera Hack Reveals Player Character to Be Norman Reedus RELATED: Dauntless Out On Switch, Adds Cross-Play Video game hacker Lance McDonald has unearthed many other secrets in P.T. earlier using camera trickery. Reedus appearing as in-game character shouldn't be a surprise for those who originally completed the demo though. After completing all crypt

Konami Shuts Down Silent Hills P.T. Remake

Publisher Konami has taken down the fan-made Silent Hills P.T. Remake by a 17-year-old game developer. In an attempt to reinvent Silent Hills franchise, video game publisher studio Konami roped in Hideo Kojima and Guillermo del Toro ( Pan’s Labyrinth , The Shape of Water ) for a collaboration. They came up with P.T. or "Playable Teaser" in 2014 but then suddenly got scrapped even before Kojima left the company. For long it stayed on PlayStation store but was pulled from there in 2015. However, it still existed in places and one recent form was a latest PC port by a dedicated fan. Konami Shuts Down Silent Hills P.T Remake RELATED: Silent Hills P.T Remake for PC by Fan A 17-year-old game developer going by the name Qimsar has taken over a herculean task of doing a complete remake of the first-person psychological horror for PC . He self-taught himself to do it by using Unreal Engine 4 and have done a commendable job making a port of the game for PC , so that

Silent Hills P.T. Remake for PC by Fan

Thanks to a dedicated fan, first-person psychological horror game Silent Hills "Playable Teaser" is being remade and available to play for free! Before video game legend Hideo Kojima got busy with upcoming PlayStation 4 -exclusive action game Death Stranding , he was involved in creating a "playable teaser" for Silent Hills alongside film director Guillermo del Toro ( Pan’s Labyrinth , The Shape of Water ), which got cancelled eventually. P.T. demo was removed from PlayStation Store upon Kojima's departure from Konami . If you haven't gotten that in time, there were no hope for you to have it but apparently, now you can. Silent Hills P.T Remade for PC by Fan RELATED: Death Stranding Key Poster Released A 17-year-old developer Qimsar is currently working on building a complete remake of the game for PC , so that everyone has a chance to enjoy this cult classic. Of course, it is still on alpha state, the demo looks pretty scary as it should. He