The upcoming UE5-powered remake of the legendary game has got a new gameplay demo.
Codeless Games Studio, a team of independent developers who are working on an Unreal Engine 5-powered remake of the original 1999 survival horror game Silent Hill, has revealed a new gameplay demo of their upcoming remake. This time, the team showcased some gameplay in the Midwich Elementary School, one of the game's most iconic locations.
The demo shows Harry Mason walking around the school's halls and rooms, shooting monsters, and solving puzzles, gameplay all too familiar to the fans of the series. Plus, the new trailer showed several gameplay mechanics from the original game that were transferred by the team. You can check out the full demo attached above or by visiting Codeless' YouTube channel.