Rumours were true as the PSP title gets ported up to its home console sibling.
Konami has today announced that Silent Hill Origins, released for PSP late last year, is to make its way to PlayStation 2 in May 2008.
Origins acts as prequel to the hugely popular horror series, and sees players take control of Travis Grady, a truck driver who gets stuck the terrifying town of Silent Hill while making a delivery.
The PlayStation 2 version will sport visual enhancements and will maintain the Cineractive System introduced in the PSP game. This allows players to take on horrifying monsters using a control scheme that changes intuitively for each situation.
Silent Hill Origins will be released for PlayStation 2 in May 2008 and if Konami can iron out some camera problems, brought on by the limitations of the PSP, PlayStation 2 owners have a title to look forward to this summer.