Actor Suggests Leaked Silent Hill Images Are Real

Photos of her with Kojima are circulating.

Tokyo-based actor Fadile Waked appears to have confirmed that the leaked Silent Hill images are legit. The images leaked online a few days ago and Konami had them removed, reinforcing suspicions that they were legitimate leaks.

As noted by GamesRadarthe actor shared a story on her Instagram account that read, “Wow, I keep getting messages and my photos are leaking everywhere! I’m now curious to check out the new Silent Hill.”

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The post is written about a collage of images showing an actor in mocap next to a man who appears to be Hideo Kojima. The strange wording of the message could be because Waked is trying to build hype for the project or because they didn’t know they were working on Silent Hill. Video game development is so secretive that it’s not uncommon for actors not to know what they’re working on until they get a final script — as was the case with Roger Clark who played Arthur Morgan in Red Dead Redemption 2.


Apparently the leaked images are from 2020. People believe that these images refer to a rumored Annapurna Silent Hill in Britain, due to the use of British slang words like ‘minger’. The timeline and actor based in Tokyo also match the photos of her and Kojima in masks.

People mock the potential British setting. It’s true that life on this island has become particularly eerie over the past decade, and fellow Brits have been quick to point that out. One person said: “I don’t believe the Silent Hill leaks because how would a player tell the difference between normal Britain and a Britain transformed into a nightmarish world full of existential terror?”

In addition to these leaked images, reports and rumors have surfaced that a Silent Hill 2 remake is in development by Bloober Team, and a sequel, as well as the Annapurna episodic content, are also in the works. None of this has been confirmed by Konami yet, so take all of this with a grain of salt.

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