Silent Hill: Ascension trailer has been released. The game will be premiered later this month.
Silent Hill: Ascension will bring a new horror
A new take on the Silent Hill series, Ascension will follow two families through their complex lives; the first trailer for the series offers some clues to this story by introducing Astrid Johansen to the app. Johansen is accused of murder but her crime fails, it remains to be seen how the story will develop. waiting to be seen.
The two families at the center of Silent Hill: Ascension are the Hernandez family in Pennsylvania and the Johansen family in Norway. Although it is currently unclear how their lives will intersect, both families have frightening visions.
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Genvid Entertainment also hinted that there is a cult at the center of the story, stating that for members of these two families, “survival depends on them overcoming their darkest instincts.” As the trailer suggests, viewers will have a direct impact on how these characters in Silent Hill: Ascension are able to overcome these instincts; The series will feature daily live story scenes, and subsequent episodes will change depending on the collective decisions of the audience.
The first episode of Silent Hill: Ascension will be released on November 1, 2023 at 18:00 ET. Viewers can watch it live and participate via the Silent Hill: Ascension app (via the App Store or Google Play), or watch on the official website.
Today, Genvid Entertainment also announced that weekly bundled episodes will be made available via the Sony Pictures Core app on PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 5. These bundled episodes are also available via the Bravia Core app on Bravia TVs, and select Xperia phone users can also watch them via the Bravia Core app for Xperia. Since these episode packages will be packaged later, these viewers will not have a chance to influence the story.
Genvid CEO Jacob Navok praised Silent Hill: Ascension and even stated that he did not know how the series would end.
“There has never been an experience like Silent Hill: Ascension before,” Navok said. “This isn’t a game, it’s an interactive streaming series where viewers make decisions together. While I’m the executive producer of this project, I don’t know how it will end. It’s up to you. And the content you produce will be published around the world through our relationships with Sony Pictures, Google, Apple and others.” Participating in Silent Hill: Ascension every day means you become part of a history that will never happen again.