The newest entry in the long-standing survival-horror series, Silent Hill, currently being developed by Kojima Productions, may be released in an episodic format.
Initially revealed during Sony’s Gamescom press event under the name P.T. (Playable Teaser), later confirmed to be a new entry in the Silent Hill franchise, the game is currently being developed by Hideo Kojima and Guillermo del Toro. At Tokyo Game Show, Kojima took to the stage and unveiled a new trailer, as well as discuss how the team is looking into seeing how television seasons are scheduled, and considers using a similar format for the game. At such an early stage in the development process, however, it’s still not known how the game will be released.
Few details have been confirmed for this game, though the playable teaser (available below) confirmed that The Walking Dead actor Norman Reedus, will have a starring role.
Silent Hills featured a playable concept demo on the PS4, which was launched as a free download on the PlayStation Store, with almost no explanation to what it was. The P.T. was downloaded over 1 million times already.
Kojima later admitted that P.T. was an experiment in making a horror game using Konami’s own FOX Engine.
Below you can find the TGS 2014 trailer.