Silent Hill: The Short Message PS5 Rating Surfaces in Taiwan

    A new Silent Hill release appears to be imminent.

    A new PlayStation 5 rating for Silent Hill: The Short Message was recently filed by the Taiwan Digital Game Committee. The rating implies that a new Silent Hill release for PlayStation 5 is imminent.

    Konami has not officially announced Silent Hill: The Short Message for PS5. However, a rating usually indicates that an announcement or release is coming soon. The game was previously rated in Korea this past September according to Gematsu.

    UPDATE – 8:50 P.M. EDT: The game rating has been updated with new key art and an official description (Google translated from Traditional Chinese):

    Key visual

    Description: Anita came to an abandoned apartment in order to meet her friend Maya, and somehow woke up to find herself trapped in it. She must escape her own fears and the monsters lurking in the corridors, discover the truth behind the events she’s trapped in, and try to escape before her own trauma consumes her will to survive.

    Konami held the “Silent Hill Transmission” presentation on October 19 to announce multiple new projects. Silent Hill 2 remake is among one of the newly announced games for PlayStation 5 and PC. Bloober Team and Konami are working together on the project.

    Another major Silent Hill title announced was Silent Hill f, a brand-new game developed by Neobards Entertainment (Resident Evil Re:Verse) and written by Ryukishi07 (When They Cry series). The game features a completely new story set in 1960’s Japan.

    Annapurna Interactive and No Code are also working on a new game, Silent Hill: Townfall. A trailer was shown for Silent Hill: Townfall just like the other announced games, but Konami did not further details.

    Lastly, Silent Hill 2 remake is coming soon to PlayStation 5 and PC via Steam.

    Soul Kiwami
    Soul Kiwami
    Raul Ochoa, a.k.a. Soul Kiwami, is the Deputy Editor in Chief of Final Weapon and a News Writer at Game Rant. With a passion for the Japanese gaming industry, Raul is a huge fan of Nintendo Switch, PC hardware, JRPGs and fighting/action games. business email:

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