Silent Hill is a horror-themed first person shooter video game series. It tells the story of James Sunderland, who discovers that his hometown has been overrun by monsters and must search for answers to stop them. The original Silent Hill released in 1999 on PlayStation before spawning multiple sequels and spinoffs with different gameplay styles over time. Recently, it was revealed that an upcoming version will be powered by Unreal Engine 4 which puts players in control of protagonist James as he explores various environments across the town fighting off some familiar enemies and discovering new ones along the way based on their respective locations

Silent Hill is a series of survival horror video games developed by Konami. The original Silent Hill was released in 1999 and the latest release, Silent Hill: Downpour, was released on Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 in 2009.

Here’s How A Silent Hill Remake Running on Unreal Engine

Here’s How A Silent Hill Remake Running on Unreal Engine 5 Would Look

Codeless Studio has released video from their fan-made Silent Hill remake, demonstrating how a contemporary take on the classic horror game will appear in Unreal Engine 5.

The trailer, which you can see below, begins with a sweeping shot of a foggy street until a guy — most likely protagonist Harry Mason – appears. As the guy goes through the scene, the first section of the Silent Hill remake film locks its viewpoint to a third-person camera sitting behind him.

Here’s How A Silent Hill Remake Running on Unreal Engine 5 Would Look

Here’s How A Silent Hill Remake Running on Unreal Engine 5 Would Look

Later on, the film switches to a fixed viewpoint camera, which harkens back to classic horror games, as Harry explores a dark interior with the aid of his lighter.

In Codeless Studio’s Silent Hill remake clip, there aren’t many more interactions, but the protagonist does unlock a door and run into some grisly Unreal Engine 5-rendered gore at a couple times throughout its four-and-a-half-minute run.

Although the movie is based on a pre-alpha version, it manages to retain some of the atmospheric elements of the original. It’s unknown if the project will continue ahead — and how Konami will respond – or whether this clip will be enough for fans to get through the Silent Hill game drought.

The first Silent Hill was released in 1999, and a full-fledged remake utilizing Unreal Engine 5 would be much appreciated, even if it doesn’t change things up as much as Resident Evil’s fantastic remakes have.

Fans would undoubtedly welcome a new installment in the series, but Konami has been hesitant to make any announcements since the termination of P.T.

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