It's Halloween, and that means it's time for a joke story. This involves the scary monster of all time: video game publisher Konami. On a dark and stormy night of the unclean year 2015, the Metal Gear Solid firm drew its free horror game P.T. (Playable Teaser) from PlayStation Network. And since then, the publisher has cheated in the shadows and waited for a chance to kill the game for good.
And today rumors began to spread that the evil power had finally struck. But this does not work as it is.
P.T. is a teaser for Silent Hills, a horror sequel to the Silent Hill franchise. Konami interrupted Silent Hills as part of a retreat from console games. But the legacy has lived in the systems of all those who downloaded P.T. before the publisher removed it from the store. While Konami put P.T. As a glorified game contest, many consider it an exciting horror experience.
But when a Reddit person tried to start the game for Halloween, it would not work. In the information section they found that it was "unqualified" to start. And unfortunately, the system said an update went out for the match on October 22, 201
Since this first fright, however, others have successfully started PT It seems that it still works for just about everyone. And if people encounter errors, it's possible that they change their names on PlayStation Network. Sony recently introduced this feature and warned players that it could destroy certain games.
I have traveled to Konami for more. I will update this if it responds. And then I'll update if I die seven days after communication with the company.