Silent Hill will return within the type of DLC for the indie multiplayer sport Dark Deception: Monsters & Mortals on March 23. Whereas it is not the brand new Silent Hill that followers have been hoping for for years at this level, the DLC does carry again some franchise favorites like Heather Mason, killer nurses, and–of course–Pyramid Head.
The gameplay trailer beneath exhibits off the lakeside city’s foggy streets, in addition to a number of areas from the primary sport, together with Midwich Elementary Faculty. Be careful for these flying harpies, although, they’re fairly nasty. The DLC even contains some lesser-known characters from the collection, together with Silent Hill 1’s cop Cybil Bennett. As a complete, it appears like a reasonably substantial chunk of content material for the sport, although its price is not yet listed on Steam. This is not the one Silent Hill crossover that is occurred just lately: Pyramid Head and co. were added to Dead by Daylight last year.
Rumors of recent Silent Hill initiatives have swirled over the previous few months. The most recent flare-up got here when collection composer Akira Yamaoka seemed to tease a new entry in the series in a video interview that was taken down shortly after it was posted. Silent Hill creator Keiichiro Toyama introduced that he’s working on a new horror project late final 12 months. In the meantime, Silenthill.com still redirects to a picture of Pyramid Head, an obvious reference to the peak of Resident Evil Village’s Woman Dimitrescu.