Konami announces Silent Hill 2 remake

Yesterday was the Silent Hill event that Konami announced days ago. Luckily, we can say that it has not disappointed. It started with the fact that the remake of Silent Hill 2 has been confirmed, which is considered by most fans to be the best installment in the saga.

As far as the Silent Hill 2 Remake is concerned, there are many aspects of the game that are already known. The Polish company behind The Medium is developing it, and it will use Unreal Engine 5.

The graphics for the upcoming game, “Konami Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain” were recently made public. Though not justifiable in the opinion of some, you can see a graphic finish with a very changed James Sunderland in his physical appearance. In addition, the game file is already published on Steam with the minimum and recommended requirements and does have the potential to give players a scare seeing that at least on paper, it requires an NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1080.

Silent Hill 2 Remake Minimum Requirements

  • Operating system: Windows 10 64-bit
  • Procesador: Intel Core i5-8400 o AMD Ryzen 3 3300X
  • Memoria RAM: 12GB
  • Graphics: AMD Radeon RX 5700 or NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1080
  • DirectX version required: 12
  • Disk space: 50GB available

Silent Hill 2 remake recommended requirements

  • Operating system: Windows 11 64-bit
  • Procesador: Intel Core i7-8700K o AMD Ryzen 5 3600X
  • Memory RAM: 16GB
  • Graphics: NVIDIA GeForce 2080RTX or AMD Radeon 6800XT
  • DirectX version required: 12
  • Disk space: 50GB available

There seems to be a trend among companies to inflate the PC requirements for many games. Don’t be fooled, though, because everything seems to indicate that Konami is working on a new Silent Hill game and it will indeed require a lot from both hardware and software.

What would you expect from an interactive event of this scale? A bundle of games, that’s what. Konami revealed a new Silent Hill installment at the event, called Silent Hill F. The game places players in 1960s Japan—not to mention with Silent Hill’s long-time rival, Resident Evil—and will also have multiplayer functionality. Meanwhile, Silent Hill: Townfall debuts as a high-quality project developed by No Code Studios and published by Annapurna Interactive…and, in a neat trick, it’ll be released less than a month later!


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