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Akira Yamaoka Hints a New Game Coming This Summer

Akira Yamaoka, the composer of Silent Hill gave an interview to AI Hub on YouTube recently. And on that interview, he hints about a new game.

Akira Yamaoka gives us a hint about an upcoming project

Akira Yamaoka came up with some interesting news. In an interview, he states that he is working on an upcoming project that will come up this summer. However, the interview on youtube is not available anymore. The reason why the video is not available is still unknown. However, we think that the video not available anymore due to Yamaoka talking about something he shouldn’t talk. We will wait and see.

“You’ll probably hear something this summer to be announced, I think it’s the one you’re kinda hoping to hear about.” says Akira Yamaoka. “We thank you for your support which contributed to the spread of the interview that we published yesterday with Akira Yamaoka around the world. We were asked to remove the clip, and it has been removed. Also, we apologise and stay tuned for the next interviews.” says AI Hub about the removal of the video.Akira Yamaoka Hints a New Game Coming This Summer

As you know, we don’t hear anything from the Silent Hill franchise since P.T. Also, we don’t know if the franchise will continue or not. But what Akira Yamaoka says gives everyone a little hope about the future of the Silent Hill. However, previous rumours about the series were denied by Konami, so we should keep our hopes low in order not to get sad in the future.

As you know before Hideo Kojima and Konami’s separation, the famous producer Silent Hills announced the project. But after the big events, we saw that this project was on the shelf. After all this, our hopes for Silent Hill started to fade. We hope that Konami’s Japan side is working on a project that the centre hides from everyone. At least the words of Akira Yamaoka makes us think so.

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