Silent Hill Gets A Fan-Made Remake in Unreal Engine 5

Silent Hill: The lack of confirmation of Rumors about the franchise’s resurgence Silent Hill is leaving many fans about to have a heart attack, and some more impatient ones have decided to solve the problem in their own way, as the case of the independent studio Codeless Games, which is working on an official remake of the first game in the series using the Unreal Engine 5. Check out the video below:

The recording features ten minutes of real gameplay footage during the fearsome part of Midwich Elementary School, bringing extremely significant graphical improvements compared to Harry Mason’s original adventure, developed and distributed by Konami for the PlayStation in 1999.

Unfortunately, the project is still in progress and does not have a scheduled release date, however, it seems to be at a very advanced stage, and that is certainly a comfort to the hearts of fans while the big studios do not offer more news about this acclaimed survival horror franchise.

Larry Brown

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