A new clip that depicts what a complete Silent Hills game would have looked like was produced using Unreal Engine 5. Unfortunately, due to the unfortunate passing of P.T., The opportunity to observe what the auteur of the video game and the director of the film could have done with the adored horror franchise back in 2015 was lost. Since the project was shelved, fans have been yearning for what may have been, and some have just started creating their versions to compensate for the loss. \n \nMany people are finding it difficult to move on from the Silent Hill series because there are reports that the game is once again being recreated, probably under the direction of Layers of Fear developer Bloober Team. Although Konami is bringing the property back, even the director of the first Silent Hill movie adaptation has hinted much. \n \nA video uploaded to the YouTube channel Enfant Terrible shows Kojima's shelved Silent Hill game rendered in Epic's Unreal Engine during the action Audio recordings from the P.T. Nevertheless, the video takes the audience into some of the gloomy settings that could have been depicted, like excursions down foreboding alleyways and the halls of a school that may be home to undiscovered terrors. Of course, the video may only speculate about what this unfinished entry might have been like. Still, for fans of the series, it unmistakably has that atmosphere that gamers have grown accustomed to from the influential horror games. \n \nTo further highlight how strongly the community wants to see the horror titles return, there has just been an Unreal Engine 5 trailer for a potential Silent Hill 2 remake. \n \nThe creation of this kind of fan-made trailer is nothing new for Enfant Terrible. A video showcasing what a potential Bloodborne two on the Unreal Engine would look like was published a few months ago. These movies feature some pretty impressive visuals, considering the reputation of the development toolkit, and many fans will probably be left wondering what may have been.