In the last few hours, a tweet has emerged on the net, coming from the LinkedIn page from the Chief Technology Officer of Bluepoint Games, which would confirm that the development team (after the recent release of the remake of Demon’s Souls) is working on a new unannounced game.
As can be seen from the post shared on Twitter, which you can easily find at the bottom of this article, the employee’s portfolio reveals very few details about the new IP, simply stating that in the short term he is working on an “unannounced game” and that the development team is working very hard to push the limits and capabilities of the studio to the maximum.
Although Bluepoint Games has not left any clues, gamers around the world are speculating that the software house may really be involved in the remake (or reboot) of Metal Gear Solid, not only because in recent weeks the rumors about the possible makeover have become more and more insistent, but also because the same David Hayter (historical voice actor of Solid Snake) has claimed to have heard about the project from some of his sources for quite some time.
Another possible suspect could be the long-awaited Silent Hill, given that in recent months the well-known insider Dusk Golem has repeatedly reiterated that the game would be in development even from 2019, and that it will be done at 100%.
Waiting to find out more details on the story, we remind you to take this information with due precautions, given that for now, it is a simple speculation and that Bluepoint Games has not officially announced any new game.
We remind you that the remake of Demon’s Souls is already available for purchase exclusively for PlayStation 5 owners, presenting support for some of the console’s new features (haptic feedback, adaptive triggers, and 3D sound).
HELLO?!!!! UNANNOUNCED TITLE BY PLAYSTATION……… pic.twitter.com/3mEKiNWzbY
— Sammy (@layton_sami) April 23, 2021