After the “Silent Hills” release date was cancelled by Konami, fans petition the game to come back in different ways, telling Hideo Kojima and the rest of the production crew to push through with the horror title.
Besides the petition made by fans in Change.org , Game Spot also reported that even Goat Simulator has been trying to tell the creators to bring the game back.
“We heard that Hideo Kojima was removed from the credits for Metal Gear Solid V so we added him to the credits for Goat Simulator,” game developer Coffee Stain studios said on a post.
“If the issue is money related, we would love to see a crowdfunding campaign like Kickstarter to ensure you are getting all the financial help there is,” the petition from fans said.
In the same report, the studio even offered a job for Kojima after learning that the Kojima Productions head parted ways with Konami, who was working on the horror title.
Meanwhile, Kotaku previously announced the “breakup” of Kojima and Konami that left the release date of “Silent Hills” in shambles.
“Konami is committed to new Silent Hill titles, however the embryonic ‘Silent Hills’ project developed with Guillermo del Toro and featuring the likeness of Norman Reedus will not be continued,” Konami said.
The “Walking Dead” star, however, expressed his thoughts about the cancellation and even apologized to the fans following a huge hype created by the game.
“Super bummed about this was really looking forward to it,” Reedus said.
“Hopefully it’ll come back around.