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    Guillermo Del Toro shoots down Silent Hill rumors

    Followers could have gotten their hopes up after a tease from Guillermo Del Toro at The Sport Awards of one thing Silent Hill-related, nevertheless it appears it was all for naught, as he isn’t engaged on a Silent Hill sport, or any sport for that matter.

    Talking to the Happy Sad Confused podcast, Del Toro spoke out of real frustration at the truth that his and Hideo Kojima’s collaboration, Silent Hills, was unceremoniously cancelled by Konami. Del Toro mainly wished to poke the writer about it: “I type of simply wished to tickle the ribs of Konami, as a result of I do not perceive. That was so good, what we had been going to do was so enthralling.”

    Not solely did Del Toro firmly deny he was engaged on a brand new Silent Hill sport, he shut down any chance of engaged on any sport, as he calls himself the “albatross” of gaming resulting from all the video games he’s tried to develop being cancelled, the opposite of which was Madness, which was being developed in partnership with Saints Row developer Volition till it was canceled in 2012.

    Del Toro nonetheless managed to make his mark on the trade, nonetheless small, due to his friendship with Kojima resulting in a small half for him in Loss of life Stranding. Talking of that sport, it not too long ago had a Director’s Cut launch for PS5. It’s additionally a sport that even its creator doesn’t fully understand. Nonetheless, a sequel could also be on the way in which. Possibly we’d see Del Toro once more in that sport.

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