Silent Hills Demo P.T. Has Officially Been Eliminated from PSN

P.T. exists no more.

We already knew that P.T. would eventually be pulled from the PlayStation Network, but not like this. The P.T. demo for Silent Hills has not only been taken out of the PSN, all traces of it have been eliminated. 

Normally, when you download a game from the PSN, even if the game is deleted from the shop, you can still have access to it if you had downloaded it. That is not the case for P.T.. The demo has been completely removed from PSN servers, and even people who had downloaded the demo before can no longer access it now. Polygon tried, and failed to retrieve the demo. 

So far, only the American PSN seems to be affected by this, but it will most likely reach the rest of the world eventually. 

A petition to bring Silent Hills back?

Konami and Kojima are going through a violent divorce, and like always, the children are the ones hurting the most from this act. German gamer Yauheni Zinkevich has put up a petition in order to bring Silent Hills back. He has also put up a Facebook page called "Silent Hills Discussion." 

Will all of this be effective? No one is really sure, but if it reaches enough signatures, maybe, just maybe, something good will come out of this. 


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Published May. 6th 2015
  • Amanda Wallace
    Former Staff Editor
    Brutal. They're leaving it to the realm of pirates.
  • Ashley Shankle
    Associate Editor
    Unfortunately, chances are Silent Hills won't be coming out. Del Toro only agreed to do it because of Kojima, and the talent at Konami just aren't up to snuff to create a real quality Silent Hill game.

    It's really a shame. I was looking forward to my favorite survival horror series finally being back in competent hands.

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