Speaking to IGN this past Tuesday (17), Piotr Babieno, CEO of studio Blooper Team (The Medium and Blair Witch), claimed that he cannot yet comment on ongoing projects out of respect for his partners. The developer is at the center of rumors that point to its involvement in an alleged remake of Silent Hill 2, from 2001.

“We can’t comment on anything we’re doing because we appreciate the relationship with our partners, of course. Therefore, I cannot say anything”, declared Babieno. “We will make an announcement about our future projects as soon as we can. That way, you’ll know a lot more, officially,” he concluded with a laugh.

Silent Hill: CEO of Blooper Team does not deny alleged remake

Although the statement does not say much, it is interesting to note that Piotr Babieno did not deny the speculation and even created expectations for the next announcement by the producer, which still does not have a prediction to happen.

When questioned about the company’s experience in working with third-party licenses, Babieno also mentioned a mysterious project. According to him, the studio always talks with holders of different IPs with the intention of telling their own stories. “Even the project we can’t talk about yet, it’s still a Bloober Team title,” he explained.

This is the stuff I’ve heard, and it comes from multiple different sources. Not all of my sources are primary, but everything is mostly lining up. To me, the biggest indicator is the stuff I’ve seen lines up with Konami doing a big reveal at E3 last year before it pulled out. https://t.co/GzUb3jzrwX

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— Jeff Grubb (@JeffGrubb) May 16, 2022

According to rumors, which were corroborated by Jeff Grubb and the VGC website, the supposed remake of Silent Hill 2 would be part of a series of projects related to the Konami franchise that would be underway in collaboration with multiple studios. The information suggests that the game would feature reworked puzzles, in addition to unprecedented endings.

It is worth remembering that Blooper Team and Konami signed a “strategic cooperation agreement” in June last year, and multiple sources already suggested that there was a relationship with the horror series. A little earlier, in February, Piotr Babieno even claimed that the team was working on a new horror game “from an existing intellectual property, with a famous game producer.”

Last week, insider Dusk Golem, known for covering behind the scenes of Resident Evil, shared footage of what would be one of the new Silent Hill projects in the works. Although Konami has not officially commented, the images were taken down from Twitter due to a copyright claim – which reinforces its credibility.

Actress Fadile Waked, who reportedly worked on facial and motion capture for a new Silent Hill, even shared with her followers that her photos had been leaked everywhere. “Now I’m curious to check out the new Silent Hill ”, wrote the actress on her profile.

Silent Hill: CEO of Blooper Team does not deny alleged remake