Proizvođač: Konami Digital Entertainment
Žanr: survival horror
Datum izlaska: TBA
- novi nastavak serijala Silent Hill na kojem je kao redatelj počeo raditi Hideo Kojima uz asistenciju Guillerma del Tora
- glavni lik igre portretirat će Norman Reedus
- igra je najavljena prošle godine kroz PT (Playable Teaser) koji se odvija iz prvog lica te je jako dobro prihvaćen od igrača
An interactive teaser for Silent Hills was released on 12 August 2014 as P.T. (Playable Teaser), marketed as a demo for a horror game by the non-existent 7780s Studio. Published on the PlayStation Network for the PlayStation 4 as a free download, P.T. uses a first-person perspective, in contrast to the usual third-person perspective often found in the Silent Hill series, and centers on an unknown protagonist who awakens in a house and experiences supernatural occurrences; the only actions available are walking and zooming as the player character explores the continuously looping corridor. After the player solves the final puzzle, a trailer reveals that it is a "playable teaser" for a new Silent Hill title being directed by Hideo Kojima and Guillermo del Toro, with the protagonist portrayed by Norman Reedus. On 1 September 2014, Sony revealed during its pre-Tokyo Game Show press conference that P.T. has been downloaded over a million times.
In an interview, Kojima later mentioned that P.T. was intended to take players at least a week to find the solution and expressed surprise that it was finished on the same day as its release. He chose the corridor as the setting of P.T. instead of "a ruin", because he wanted the teaser to emotionally affect the player regardless of "cultural background". Kojima wanted fear from an inescapable world with very minimal information to affect the player. P.T. received praise from video game journalists. GamesRadar's David Houghton praised it as well-executed, immersive horror and wrote: "By spreading out into the real world, by forcing solutions by way of hearsay, internet whispers, and desperate, rumoured logic, it has become its own urban myth." IGN's Marty Sliva ranked it as an honorable mention on his list of the best video game trailers for 2014, and another reviewer for IGN, Lucy O'Brien, described the game as "the most genuinely frightening interactive experience in recent years." Giant Bomb gave the Best Horror Game award to P.T. in 2014. P.T. won "Scariest Game" at Bloody Disgusting's FEAR Awards.