Silent Hills Reboot Demo Recreated in Unreal Engine 4

The separation of Hideo Kojima and Yoji Shinkawa led to halting of many projects. One of the projects caught in the crossfire was Silent Hills. Until recently a member of Gamexeon forum brought back the Silent Hills Reboot demo.

Before the separation of Hideo Kojima from Konami, Silent Hills Demo was available on the PlayStation Network, but as soon the incident took place it got removed from the PlayStation Network in 2015. Although removing it led to enhance its hype in the gaming community.

Using the Unreal Engine 4, Smoggy Chips has recreated the Silent Hills Reboot demo down to every little detail. Making the Demo of Silent Hill reboot re-Downloadable. Though the re-Downloadable process is a bit tricky which involves downloading a program Squid which is on PC and then using the proxy server to access the library. Also, it shall only work in case if the game was previously downloaded when it was available on PlayStation.

With all that said, there just might be a drawback to this process as well. It has come to notice that for many undergoing this process, in order to play the Silent Hill Reboot Play Teaser many users have gotten banned or consoles bricked.

Ranking among the best horror games and hitting the wall, Silent Hill still has the audience booked. Especially for those who are willing to take the risks involved in re-Downloading it. Another interesting thing is that Silent Hill never reached PC platform but now due to its re-availability process, PC Gamers can give it a go.

Another great news it brings on top of that is that Smoggy Chips also has clear intentions to update the game to better the version and the gameplay. So not just the Playable teaser but a fully optimized game with more levels.

So, for those who have been waiting for the game this here is the door to the Silent Hill Reboot Playable Teaser.