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New Silent Hill Rated in South Korea

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A new Silent Hill game could be on the horizon after a rating was spotted in South Korea.

As reported by Gematsu, unannounced project Silent Hill: The Short Message has been rated by the Game Rating and Administration Committee of Korea. While little is known about the project, it's assumed to be a new game or teaser for the Silent Hill franchise.

Silent Hill has been subject to a number of leaks in past months, though little has been confirmed. These leaks claimed that multiple Silent Hill projects where in the works, including most recently a remake of Silent Hill 2. Earlier in the year, images of what was reportedly a brand new Silent Hill game released online. These images were soon hit with copyright infringement claims, suggesting that they may have been legitimate.

The rating for Silent Hill: The Short Message doesn't reveal anything about the possible project. There are no hints regarding story, characters, or even setting. The publisher is listed as UNIANA which, as highlighted by Gematsu, regularly publishes Konami games in South Korea.

Some have speculated that the project could be an upcoming teaser ahead of a full reveal, similar to that of Kojima's cancelled Silent Hills project and P.T.

Konami has yet to confirm any of the leaks or shed light on the rating of Silent Hill: The Short Message. No platforms have been specified for the title.