Posted on August 21, 2008,

Silent Hill: Homecoming On Time, Coming to PC

Gaming Today
There’s been some confusion over the past day regarding the release date of Silent Hill: Homecoming, the next installment of Konami’s survival-horror series. Contrary to what you may have read elsewhere, the game has in fact not been delayed until November — that release date applies only to Europe. Homecoming producer Tomm Hulett contacted 1UP confirming that the reports are false and the game’s release date of September 30 in North America hasn’t changed. This is what you get when listening to release dates talked about at an event held in Europe.

Konami did, though, announce that the game will be available for the PC via Valve’s digital distribution service Steam as well as the PS3 and Xbox 360. No pricepoint or a more concrete release date have been announced.

Are you curious to see how the American developers are handling the very Japanese series? Check out some 1UP previews of the game, including the one from E3 where they found the new redesigned attack system to have a bit of a learning curve.

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