Silent Hills Announced for PS4. Download as P.T. Interactive Teaser on PSN

12 August 2014
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During today’s Gamescom 2014 PlayStation briefing Sony announced a P.T. Interactive Teaser while showing a video of people playing the mystery horror game in the dark, scared out of their minds. This P.T. Demo became available for free on the PlayStation Network (PSN) to try out right away. No hype or anything so it sounded like just another indie horror game. A few hours later when horror fans started to figure out how to get to the end of the demo, it gets announced in-game that P.T. actually stands for a Playable Teaser of the new Silent Hills game on PlayStation 4! ๐Ÿ˜€

If getting a complete surprise like that wasn’t enough, it gets better. Silent Hills is coming to PS4 in 2015. This new Silent Hill game is being made by Hideo Kojima (game director of Metal Gear Solid fame) and Guillermo Del Toro (film director of Pan’s Labyrinth fame). To top of the surprise, is that Silent Hills will be starring Norman Reedus (actor of The Walking Dead fame) as the main protagonist.

Watch the Silent Hills Playable Teaser for PS4 here:

Scary warning for the P.T. Demo:
“Avoid playing if you have a heart condition.”

Single-player Demo description:
“‘My voice, can you hear it?
This sign, can you read it?
I’ll wait forever if you’ll just come to me.’
Her words – To where do they lead?
Be the first in the world to find out.”

For the perfect jump scares you can watch this P.T. video (in case you don’t want to play the Silent Hills Demo yourself) to see Mary from GameSpot freak the hell out. I think she genuinely almost pissed her pants! Watch it here:

Are you scared to play Silent Hills?


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