Silent Hill creator Keiichiro Toyama leaves Sony and founds a new studio

Silent Hill creator Keiichiro Toyama leaves Sony and founds a new studio

Three prominent video game creators have left Sony Japan Studio: creative director of the original SIlent Hill and author of the Siren and Gravity Rush series Keiichiro Toyama, Last Guardian producer Kazunobu Sato and game designer Junya Okura of Gravity Rush. Together they founded Bokeh Game Studio.

In a short video, three Japanese people are sitting in a bar and talking about the future of the studio.

Judging by the video, they are already preparing a new game, which will be in the horror genre. The video shows various concepts, which depict frightening monsters of different types. The studio has been operating since August 13, and the new game will be in the genre of action adventure with horror elements on Unreal Engine 4. Its creation will take another two to three years.

Earlier rumors claimed that Keiichiro is working on a new Silent Hill, but this announcement refutes this data.

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