The president of Bloober Workforce has come out and clarified rumors about the Silent Hill 2 remake's status, as well as some misleading translations and out-of-context statements. This comes after Pitor Babieno, who was reported to be the sport's "technically prepared."
"We don't touch on rumors," the developer said in a press release on Twitter. "Some of the most recent statements have been taken out of context as a result of incorrect translations."
"It is usually not true that Silent Hill 2 is ready for release now," said the Bloober Workforce. Whatever the growth stage, all of our efforts are focused on obtaining the finest high quality for the finished product, the standard that Silent Hill 2 supporters deserve.
Babieno reportedly said that the Silent Hill 2 remake would be nearing completion, in addition to the sport's launch schedule and promotion, as well as relying on different companions like Konami.
Silent Hill 2's remake has been unveiled in a State of Play press release just yet. The game will launch on PC and as a timed-console exclusivity on PlayStation 5.
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