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We’ve now got a name and first proper look at Slitterhead, the first game from Silent Hill creator Keiichiro Toyama’s Bokeh Game Studio.
The game’s first trailer debuted last night during The Game Awards. It starts off innocuously enough with a lone man wandering down a dark alley. However, he’s soon accosted by a young later whose head, well, splits and that kicks off an all out monster mash of grotesque creatures, blood for weapons and gore.
It should tick many of the boxes for horror fans, and it certainly explains a lot of the concept art we’ve seen of the game previously. Further details, however, a bit more fuzzy. The game is still early in development and we’re not sure of platforms or a release date just yet.
However, CEO Keiichiro Toyama has offered a short message to fans following the reveal. He says “we hope you can enjoy the teaser and use your imagination for what’s more to come”. He also reminds fans that the studio is “far from being as large as what you may call a AAA-scale team” so it may be a while before we see more.
For now, you can check out the Slitterhead teaser for yourself down below.