An agreement between the Bloober Team and Sony PlayStation for the distribution of games seems to link to the rumors of a new Silent Hill, but will it be so?
A press release is highlighted today, with suspicious timing, in which Bloober Team , the studio of The Medium, Layers of Fear and Observer, announces a tight licensing and distribution agreement with Sony Interactive Entertainment , with many thinking of a possible reference to Silent Hill.
The question is soon said: rumors have been running for some time about a Silent Hill in development at Bloober Team, which seems confirmed by the agreements made previously between the team and Konami and which is supported by a good amount of various insiders, even though never having been officially announced.
The exhumation of this press release, released in truth in recent weeks, would seem to go in the direction of the famous Silent Hill exclusively on PS5, one of the first rumors ever to start the trend on the return of Konami’s survival horror, however there are some aspects of the question that do not add up too much.
Furthermore, it comes precisely in correspondence with the emergence of images and information on an alleged Silent Hill by Dusk Golem, which could be Bloober’s project.
First of all, the text refers to the “distribution of some titles of the subject [Bloober Team -ndR] through the new distribution system”. In the meantime, this tells us that the agreement concerns the games owned by Bloober Team and seems to refer to the titles of its historical catalog , namely The Medium , the Layers of Fear series , Observer and Blair Witch , those of which the studio owns the properties.
There is also another interesting detail, however: the reference to the “new distribution system”. This could have to do with the new PlayStation Plus , referring to the possible introduction of Bloober Team games within the catalog of the new Sony PlayStation service.