The entire playable teaser for Konami's Silent Hills has been remade in Unreal Engine for PC. Called Unreal PT, the recovery comes with VR support so you can further immerse yourself in the teaser's terrors.
Made by a fan of the original PT, which runs by RadiusGordello on itch.io, Unreal PT has been in development since April 2018. The game supports mouse and keyboard, as well as PS4, Xbox One and VR motion controls. Unreal PT is almost identical to the original teaser, with the biggest change being made in the end. Beating the game and now the end is less random so you can complete the experience without relying on the chance.
Silent Hills first appeared as a sequel to the Silent Hill franchise, created as a joint effort between Hideo Kojima and Guillermo del Toro. It also starred The Walking Dead actor Norman Reedus. Its teaser chose out of the series' traditional third-person, survival free mechanics for a first person, puzzle experience. Although the teaser was faced with excitement from the gaming community, Silent Hills was interrupted, and P.T. was removed from PlayStation Store.
After the Silent Hills was canceled, many teams and solo developers have attempted to restore the game or create something similar. Most, however, have followed the legacy of teasers who came before them and no longer exist. Some, like Allison Road, were canceled by their own creators. Others, like a fan remake that finished last year, were closed by Konami. Someone, like Visage, has managed to make it to early access though. Kojima, del Toro and Reedus also want all the reunions for the creation of Death Stranding, an upcoming PS4 exclusive with a story that becomes more complicated with each new trailer.
To play Unreal PT, you must download the game to your PC.