Konami Renewed Silent Hill Trademark, Sign of New Game?

Over the past few days, the name Konami seems to be a hot topic of conversation among gamers. The reason is, this famous studio has just received another interesting news related to the new Silent Hill Rumor. That’s right, we’re talking about Konami who recently updated the Silent Hill trademark. So, is this a sign of a new game? Let’s follow the discussion Gamedaim News following.

Information about trademark registration is sometimes the main foundation for the presence of a new game. From the previous only Rumors can even become official if it has entered this process. Not to mention the news that we get is coming from the Konami company. Which has often leaked information through rumors that started with trademark registration.

Silent Hill Trademark Renewed

From the information we obtained through media sites Gematsu, they say that Konami has renewed the trademarks of Gradius, Frogger, The Water Margin, Tokimeki Memorial, as well as Silent Hill. The name turned out to be registered with the Copyright of Video Games, Software, Programs, VR, and others. Therefore, this does not rule out the possibility that they are working on a secret project.

Also keep in mind that the registration may be a routine for the company to maintain its IP creation. However, this still doesn’t seem to stop fans from speculating about the existence of the Silent Hill game. In addition, by registering the VR name, it is also possible that this game will focus on VR. Unfortunately, until now there has been no confirmation about the truth.

Konami Is Developing a New Silent Hill?

Just a reminder that in 2021, Konami also registered a name Metal Gear Rising and Akumajou Dracula. If you don’t know, Akumajou Dracula is the Japanese name of the Castlevania franchise series on April 6, 2021. As you can see, until now we still haven’t got any clue about its development.

While waiting for confirmation, it never hurts to try the classic version of the Silent Hill game. Yup, you can play this iconic horror game on the PlayStation 1, PlayStation 3, and PSP platforms exclusively. Since the sale has been discontinued, you can access it via a PC via an emulator. So, what do you think, is the latest Silent Hill game really being developed?