Bloober Team Clarifies Recent Rumors Surrounding Silent Hill 2, Assures No Cause for Concern for Konami

Bloober Team, a Polish studio in collaboration with Konami on the highly anticipated Silent Hill 2 remake, has issued a statement denying two recent rumors surrounding the game, which were taken out of context due to poor translations.

The first rumor suggested that the game was technically ready, and that the release date was waiting on Konami’s approval. Bloober Team wants to clarify that this is not true, and that they are focused on delivering the highest possible quality for the final product.

“We are aware that players want more information about Silent Hill 2. As soon as this information is available, we are sure that Konami, the game’s publisher, will share it with fans.”

The second rumor was regarding a translation error from the CEO of Bloober Team, Piotr Babieno, in which it was suggested that they were expecting to sell 10 million copies of the game. Bloober Team has stated that their comments did not include sales forecasts, and that the number referred to the potential success of future games they plan to focus on.

It’s important to note that the release date for the Silent Hill 2 remake is still unknown. Fans worldwide are eagerly waiting for the release and are expecting Konami to share more information about the game’s development process soon.

In conclusion, Bloober Team’s statement clears up these rumors that may have disappointed the game’s publisher. It seems that both companies are working hard to deliver the game that Silent Hill 2 fans truly deserve.

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