A Silent Hill 2 fan has released a screenshot comparing the game's original aesthetics to a video from Bloober Team's planned remake of the classic title. Some gamers have previously shown off their thoughts of what an improved Silent Hill 2 on Unreal Engine 5 would look like, but the game's official trailer has pushed the graphics bar even further than many gamers could have dreamed. \n \nSilent Hill 2 is the sequel to the original Silent Hill and expands on that game's foundation to create one of the most memorable horror titles of all time. It was released in 2001 by Konami's Team Silent development organization. Returning to the franchise's titular village, the game featured a new protagonist investigating Silent Hill after receiving a mystery letter from his deceased wife. \n \nAs James Sunderland explores the nightmare town, he meets some intriguing inhabitants and battles hideous creatures generated from his anguish and trauma. Silent Hill 2 was a critical and economic triumph upon its initial release, with the game's scary antagonist, Pyramid Head, even becoming a pop culture phenomenon in its own right. \n \nWhile the original Silent Hill 2's outstanding art design means the game still looks good 21 years later, with the power of Unreal Engine 5 under the hood, Bloober Team's remake is expected to push the game's distinctive unnerving atmosphere and alien monsters to scary new heights. With these horrifying new visuals, gamers may want to keep the lights turned on when the PC and PS5 exclusive Silent Hill 2 hits stores. \n \nResponses to the Reddit post were flooded with gamers excited to experience the Silent Hill 2 remake and fans of the original version. Although intrigued, some gamers raised reservations about the remake, citing the 2012 Silent Hill HD Collection and the generally panned alterations to the game's aesthetics. However, other posters mentioned that they were new to the brand and were looking forward to playing Silent Hill 2 for the first time.