Silent Hill: Short Message Was Just Rated In Taiwan
Silent Hill is shaping to have an exciting run for the next few years, from remakes of their most popular entries to new games for fans to enjoy. One of these new titles is Silent Hill: Short Message, which might be a great addition to the series. We recently got an update on the game because Silent Hill: Short Message was just rated in Taiwan, and it has given has a small look at the game.
Silent Hill:Short Message was just rated in Taiwan and has been approved for 15 and over.
The rating gave a short description of the game and an icon image.
The game will be in an abandoned apartment, featuring monsters as psychological horror elements.
Silent Hill: Short Message appears to be an excellent return to form for the series, as it will bring what most Silent Hill fans want. The game will feature a fear and psychologically-driven campaign as the main character Anita searches for her friend. She will search through an abandoned apartment which I take to mean an apartment complex, in which she will also have to avoid monsters.
So far, this sounds like another great entry into the Silent Hill series, and it gets even better with what it is rated. The rating for the game is 15, which means that it will be aimed at older teenagers and adults. This is good because it means we might get that heavy focus on the horror that the series is so known for. The series is rated for violence, horror, and inappropriate language.
The game’s description is as follows.
“Anita came to an abandoned apartment to meet her friend Maya and somehow woke up to find herself trapped in it. She must escape her fears and the monsters lurking in the corridors, discover the truth behind the events she’s trapped in, and try to escape before her trauma consumes her will to survive.” Translated by Google translate.
For another entry, see the trailer for Silent Hill below.
This is all we know about the fact that Silent Hill: Short Message was just rated in Taiwan.
Jace loves both video games and writing, so he thought the best career was to write about video games. He attended Full Sail University and graduated with a Bachelor’s in Creative Writing. He joined Gamsual in 2022, and when not covering video game news, he is often building and strategizing in simulation and RTS games. Xbox: Alchemist5966