With Hideo Kojima officially out of the picture in the upcoming Konami release, “Silent Hills,” new rumors come out that the horror title will be released next year alongside the Morpheus VR for the PS4.
In a report by VG 27, rumors spun out after user meddle111 from reddit speculated that the “new toy,” which was stated in the game pertains to the “Project Morpheus.” “Is it possible ‘new toys’ refers to Project Morphes,” the user said.
“Maybe the new ‘Silent Hill’ is the new launch title for the Morpheus headset.” This is in reference to a text revealed in the sequence after the P.T., which stated “But guess what? I will be coming back, and I’m bringing my new toys with me.” Following the release of P.T., fans were quick to express how scary it would be if PlayStation releases “Silent Hills” with the latest Morpheus VR and possibly the Oculus Rift.
Meanwhile, in a recent report, Kojima is definitely out of the game after the Silent Hills website officially removed his name and his production’s name in the credits of the game.
However, the 41-year-old director claimed that he is still focused on his last game with Konami, “Metal Gear Solid 5: The Phantom Pain.” “I want to reassure fans that I am 100% involved and will continue working on ‘Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain,'” he said.
“I’m determined to make it the greatest game I’ve directed to date.
Don’t miss it!” Konami officially announced their split with their longtime game director and developer, as Kojima left the company while focusing on his last project, dropping “Silent Hills” in the process.
“Konami has switched from a studio-based to a headquarters-based organization, so [Kojima Productions] wouldn’t be listed as a studio anymore,” Konami said.
“At this time, there are no additional updates to share.”