Konami is teaming up with Annapurna Interactive and No Code game to develop Silent Hill: Townfall. The title was revealed during the 2022 Silent Hill Transmission and is one of the first new Silent Hill games announced since the cancellation of PT, the Silent Hills playable teaser, back in 2015. It\u2019s been years since the last Silent Hill game, and fans are wondering how much longer they have to wait for Townfall. Related: When is the release date for Silent Hill 2 Remake? Answered When is Silent Hill: Townfall releasing? https:\/\/www.youtube.com\/watch?vbpqRBsXP6M0 The Silent Hill Transmission didn\u2019t share a release date for Silent Hill: Townfall. Townfall is a very enigmatic game, with very little revealed about it other than a teaser video. The footage shows a mysterious voice talking through a handheld radio. The voice speaks of being "brought" and getting "punished" for what they've done. Images flash on the screen of the radio, including a brief glimpse of a man with glasses. The teaser keeps cutting away from the radio to a red beach, ending with the game's title appearing onscreen. Townfall is being made by the same creators of Stories Untold and Observation, two other games developed by No Code studio. Annapurna Interactive is an American video publisher known for releasing games like What Remains of Edith Finch, Neon White, Wattam, Outer Wilds, Kentucky Route Zero, and Stray. It's unknown what kind of game Townfall will be about or what platforms the game will release on. Other titles announced during Konami's 2022 Silent Hill Transmission include the Silent Hill 2 Remake, Silent Hill: Ascension, Silent Hill f, and Return to Silent Hill. The Silent Hill 2 Remake retells the story of James Sutherland, who journeys to Silent Hill after receiving a letter from his dead wife. Ascension is described as an interactive streaming experience set to launch in 2023, while Silent Hill f is a brand-new game set in 1960s Japan. Return to Silent Hill is a new movie and will be an adaptation of Silent Hill 2.