Silent Hill 2 Remake Devs Respond to Backlash Over Combat Trailer


Bloober Team, the studio behind Konami's upcoming remake of Silent Hill 2, has responded to recent backlash from fans after the game's latest showing. During PlayStation's recent State of Play showcase, Silent Hill 2 was shown off for the first time since its initial reveal in 2022. This new trailer for the horror title specifically centered around the game's combat, which a number of Silent Hill thought looked quite underwhelming. Now, Bloober Team has released a new statement to quell concerns that have come about in the wake of this trailer. In a conversation with investor.tv (which has since been deleted), Bloober Team's CEO Piotr Babieno said that the latest trailer for Silent Hill 2 "does not relflect the spirit of the game." Babieno went on to say that Bloober itself is only responsible for developing the remake and has no control in how the game is then shown to the public. He also added that those within Bloober Team are trying to ensure that this new version of Silent Hill 2 is very closely related to the original.


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