There's a new Silent Hill game in the works at a new developer and it's coming to the Xbox 360, PlayStation and PC. Beyond that details on the next entry in Konami's psychological horror series are hazy.
According to 1UP, the next Silent Hill game is being developed by Czech studio Vatra Games, the third studio to take the reins to the series since 2004's Silent Hill 4: The Room. In the likely event that you've never heard of Vatra, the studio describes itself as "built from both industry veterans and new talent", led by Matthew Seymour, formerly of Take Two and Microsoft Game Studios
Another report from Joystiq implies that the game may be based on Silent Hill 2 and speculates that another re-imagining of a previous game a la Silent Hill: Shattered Memories could be in the works.
With Silent Hill veteran Akira Yamaoka moving on to greener pastures at Grasshopper Manufacture and an all-new developer on the job, we'll be interested to see what Konami has to show at E3 this year.