Silent Hill f was one of the first games from Konami's Silent Hill series, and it's now directed by the author to see what users think of the "F."
The company is working on Silent Hill Townfall, Silent Hill 2 Remake, and even a new film for PT Silent Hills.
The possibilities of what Silent Hill f can imply are still prevalent, particularly when Konami claims to be open to any suggestion for a new game and that the ongoing investigation continues.
Teaser trailer for Silent Hillf
Al Yang, NeoBards'Studio Creative Director, said on reflection, "I'm curious what the 'F' in Silent Hill's is supposed to stand for."
Mais also at the end of the tweet, he states, "this is also because right now I have a bet in place for what the fans believe."
As you can expect, some of the answers are better than the real one. However, the degree through which they travel ranges from the brilliant to the absurd.
The teaser did not include much information, that's why it's more enjoyable.
Other affirmations include these, which are left out in English so that they make sense: forte, five, blossom, festival, forbidden, fear, faith, frame, fragment, fungus, feudal, and fierce.
There are other games that are less serious, such as Florida, Fortnite, fajita, and even "finally-a-good."
It's possible that it's Silent Hill Funny or Silent Hill Iron, but it's also possible that the study will continue to explore the Japanese word for a kanji.
Silent Hill F is a "entirely new story" set in Japan's 1960s and written by Ryukishi07, an internationally known visual novelist who is well-known for the saga When They Cry.
Neobards is a Taiwanese studio that has collaborated on many games with Capcom, including Resident Evil Origins Collection, Onimusha: Warlords, or the multiplayer Resident Evil Re:Verse.
The game's production team includes "kera", a character and creature designer, or Motoi Okamotoex-Nintendo, who worked on Luigi's Mansion or Pikmin 1+2, among others.
According to information provided by a known leak, those three unannounced projects currently in development will remain to be seen.
For the time being, it is unclear whether the director of Silent Hill has made some sense of what "f" means to players.