Keiichiro Toyama – the developer and director of Silent Hill, Siren, Gravity Rush, and more – has actually teased his new studios approaching scary job, sharing a couple of tantalising hints and some appropriately unnerving idea art in a new developer video.Toyama, you may remember, left SCE Japan Studio (where he had actually worked for over 20 years) at the tail-end of 2020, announcing his new company, Bokeh Game Studio, at the exact same time. Bokeh is likewise house to numerous other SCE Japan Studio alumni – consisting of Gravity Rush lead designer Junya Okura and Kazunobu Sato, who worked on The Last Guardian and Puppeteer – and the groups first project will see Toyama returning to his horror roots.
Rather than revealing scary things, it ought to question our position, make us challenge the reality that were living quietly … I would like that to be the style of my next video game. To that end, hes drawing motivation from the popular death game sub-genre, which he typically checks out and enjoys.”Thats all the info Toyama is relatively prepared to share at the moment, but the video touches on a number of other topics, while likewise using up a number of striking concept art images, varying from unusual insectoid creatures occupying human flesh to eerily splintering faces and other lurching scaries.
Will take inspiration from death video game sub-genre.