September 16, 2021


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The discontinued Silent Hill horror game from Not-Kojima gets a PS5 app

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After a lot of crazy fan speculation and many technical delays, the PS5 app from Blue Box Game Studios to announce the upcoming horror game, Abandoned, is officially here. It’s as disappointing as one would expect given everything before its release.

The PS5 app registers at 5.1GB though it has only the shortest of annoyances: a guy’s jeans, slipping on an annoying old wooden floor. It hardly takes ten seconds. Blue Box says that a longer trailer and hands-on demos will appear on the app in the future, but for now, that’s just the inconvenience the studio actually showed earlier this time.week, it only works on your PS5 instead of Twitter.

Its abandonment was announced on the PlayStation Blog in April, and thanks to a number of strange coincidences, some people are beginning to believe it was a compelling Kojima Silent Hill game. Although these conspiracy theories have collapsed, there are still enough believers left to discuss again months later, as he continues to find new ways to frustrate people.

The app, which Blue Box insisted on developing rather than just uploading a YouTube trailer, was an attempt to showcase real-time gameplay on PS5. It was originally scheduled to go live on August 10. But this is not the case.

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“Quick update: We’re still working on it,” the studio wrote on Twitter at the last minute in a now-deleted tweet. “We sincerely apologize for the inconvenience caused.”

“Delay is taking longer than expected,” he wrote the next day. He wrote the next day: “We dealt with several last minute engine issues after a graphics issue was discovered.”

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Now it’s finally here. And nothing, at least for now. So I hope we can all move on with our lives and if it finally gives up and is good, we can all enjoy it. And if that’s not good enough, we can add it to the pile of evidence of our collective embarrassment to posterity.