Silent Hills PT Gets Creepy Remake In Time For Halloween (VIDEO)

Silent Hills PT Gets Creepy Remake In Time For Halloween (VIDEO)

Even after multiple years, it remains a true shame that Hideo Kojima’s terrifying Silent Hills demo dubbed ‘PT’ was never fully realized. However, it’s also amazing how the playable demo has managed to live on, with the game still frightening players and holding interesting secrets to this day. Ever since Konami let the anticipated project slip through their fingers, many crafty fans have attempted to recreate the PT experience from scratch, but one fan has gone even further in releasing one of the most faithful adaptations yet.

Created by designer Artur Laczkowski, the currently-delisted PT demo appears to have been perfectly ported over to PC in a new project called ‘PT Emulation.’ According to Laczkowski (via Prima Games), the remake was achieved by emulating “directly from PS4 to PC,” the result of this hard work now available to play for free. As a bonus, a trailer for the new PT recreation was shown off in the video below.

Horror is certainly on the rise for our current spooky season, with all these festive events culminating in the arrival Halloween. This year has had some especially spooky offerings, with the likes of Borderlands 3, Gears 5, and loads more sending out their respectively terrifying tidings. This new PT remake certainly gives us a new excuse to extend this spine-chilling mindset before Halloween is officially over.

PT Emulation is out now for PC via itch.io.

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Phone-browsing Wikipedia in one hand and clutching his trusty controller in the other, the legendary Eric Hall spreads his wealth of knowledge as a writer for Don't Feed the Gamers. Be sure to catch his weekly "Throwback Thursday" segment for a nostalgic look at trivia from the past.

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