P.T. revealed as new Silent Hill from Hideo Kojima and Guillermo del Toro starring Norman Reedus

Kojima gets everyone with a fake studio yet again.

Silent Hills

P.T., Sony’s mysterious horror game from “new developer” 7780s Studio announced at its Gamescom press conference this afternoon, is actually a new Silent Hill game from Hideo Kojima and Guillermo del Toro starring The Walking Dead‘s Norman Reedus, it’s been revealed.

Twitch streamer SoapyWarpig finished the currently available P.T. “interactive teaser,” whose ending reveals the mystery title to be a new Silent Hill game.

The game’s staff includes:

  • Akihiro Teruta
  • Akira Kanke
  • Hiroyuki Nakayama
  • Jorge Lescale
  • Keiichi Kono
  • Ken Mendoza
  • Kenichiro Imaizumi
  • Koichiro Ito
  • Kohei Tsuchiya
  • Ludvig Forssell
  • Masahiro Nose
  • Masakazu Kato
  • Masayuku Suzuki
  • Nobumitsu Tanaka
  • Shintaro Naka
  • Shogo Asai
  • Shota Hirasawa
  • Shunsuke Kanikawa
  • Soojin Kim
  • Takashi Nakagawa
  • Takayuki Aoki
  • Tsutomu Kokufu
  • Yasuhiro Ikoma
  • Youngho Kim

The end of the “playable teaser” clarifies that the teaser has “no direct relation to the main title.”

Watch the trailer below (starts at 01:16:24).

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