Earlier today at Gamescom, Sony showed off a mysterious new trailer for a horror game entitled P.T., tagging it as an “interactive teaser” available now on PSN. As it turns out, the project is not just a collaboration between Hideo Kojima and horror icon Guillermo Del Toro, but a brand new Silent Hill title named Silent Hills. And if that wasn’t enough, the game will star The Walking Dead’s Norman Reedus in the leading role. Excited yet?

As horror site Bloody Disgusting pointed out, you can see everything mentioned here in this Twitch stream at the 1:16:20 mark. Here are two more images, although they’re a bit small.



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    1. Yeah, so far the teaser is PS4 exclusive, but since there was no formal announcement of it being a new Silent Hill at Gamescom, there’s no way to be sure where it’s going at this point. We can only hope, right?

      1. 2 and 3 are the highlights of the series, but I also really, really liked Shattered Memories and Origins. I know 4 is hit or miss with a lot of people, but I enjoyed that one as well. The others.. not so much.

      2. Hm, yeah, that’s what I’ve heard… I’m not sure why I stopped playing them, just sort of drifted away. But Kojima/Del Toro/Reedus might be enough to bring me back to the fold.

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