Silent Hill Appears in Another Game That Isn't Its Own
Fans of the Silent Hill series might be growing tired of crossover events with other games rather getting one of its own.
Dark Deception: Monsters & Mortals, a multiplayer horror part game, has partnered up with Konomi to bring over some Silent Hill DLC.
As noted by Eurogamer, the details that were revealed were incredibly slim. All that was shown was a brief trailer that showed off that the crossover was indeed happening.
In the teaser trailer, some radio static can be heard along with some familiar words: “In my restless dreams, I see that town… Silent Hill.” This could possibly be hinting that the crossover would contain content from the second title in the series, a fan-favorite from the series.
However, the images that were shown behind some text in the trailer appear to be from Silent Hill 3 and it ends with an image from the first game, so it could be from all of the first three games. You can take a look at the teaser trailer in the video below.
As I alluded to in the title, this isn’t the first time Silent Hill has appeared in some type of crossover. Last year, Pyramid Head appeared in a Silent Hill DLC in Dead by Daylight on top of a new map.
While fans of Dark Deception: Monsters & Mortals appear to be very excited for this crossover, fans of the iconic horror games seem to have grown tired of all of these appearances in other games rather than creating one of its own.
There still appears to be some hope as Konami has stated that it has not shut down its gaming division while the company has gone through some internal restructues. However, rumors of a reboot of the series have been shut down by the company in the past.