A new Silent Hill title has been rated in Korea.
As first reported by Gematsu (opens in new tab) earlier today, Silent Hill: The Short Message has just been rated in Korea by the country’s national ratings board (opens in new tab). The game’s publisher might be listed as “Uniana,” but as Gematsu points out, this company regularly published Konami-developed games in Korea, including eFootball.
The new rating for Silent Hill: The Short Message doesn’t give away anything about the new project itself. There aren’t any plot, gameplay, or even other content warnings with the new rating, such as any use of violence, gore, or swearing. It’s not hard to imagine a Silent Hill game having any of the aforementioned content warnings.
‘The Short Message’ immediately conjures thoughts of a teaser, which is no doubt the hot topic of speculation doing the rounds on social media and forum sites