Bloober Team provides an update on Silent Hill 2's remake, asks fans to be patient
Fans have been requesting more information about Bloober Team's upcoming remake of Silent Hill 2, and the developer has now responded, asking for patience and stating that Konami is responsible for sharing more information.
In a new post on X, the studio provided a brief update on the game's current status after a response to a fan last week led many to believe it was in trouble, stating that it is "progressing smoothly and in accordance with our schedule."
Since the project's announcement in October 2022, fans have been hounding Bloober Team's social media channels, asking for more screenshots, footage, and other updates under every post the studio makes. As a result, it added to the statement that, while it understands that fans are “eagerly anticipating news about the game,” the developer would appreciate "a bit more patience."
Bloober Team announced in March that the project was "close to completion," with the original's gameplay systems revamped for a more modern feel, similar to Capcom's Resident Evil remakes. The game's set pieces and story, on the other hand, will "faithfully stick" to the PS1 classic.
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