Cafe 5to2 is an iconic location from the unique Silent Hill, the place gamers get up after a terrifying monster assault close to the start of the sport. Regardless of what number of instances you’ve performed by means of Silent Hill although, you’ve by no means seen the little diner appear to be this. Feast your eyes on the Unreal Engine model of Silent Hill.
3D artist Mica Olsson, who works at Goodbye Kansas Studios in Stockholm, has recreated Cafe 5to2 in beautiful constancy utilizing the Unreal Engine and the Quixels Megascans library. All of the little particulars are there: the Medieval Insanity pinball desk, a budget metal-framed chairs, and the little purple hi fi that triggers the air screamer assault. Most of all although, the grungy really feel of the unique PlayStation sport is current by means of and thru, however up to date to look wonderful in 2020.
We’ve been fortunate to see a run of fantastic Resident Evil remakes on PC previously couple years, and we’ll be seeing Resident Evil 3 in a few short months as properly. However Silent Hill remains to be aching for a comeback – although it’s nonetheless as spooky as ever, it’s undoubtedly displaying its superior age.
Right here’s the demo of Olsson’s Silent Hill fan remake:
Fashionable tech lets mild from exterior the cafe seep by means of the dirty home windows, and you’ll nearly really feel the coolness within the air on the opposite aspect as particles and leaves flutter previous on the wind. The ground is banged up, the tile haphazardly patched over with self-leveling cement in a single place. It’s a very spectacular piece of labor. You may see a full gallery of screenshots over at Olsson’s ArtStation page.
The largest impact, nevertheless, is the way it makes us desperately lengthy for a contemporary, full-fledged Silent Hill remake. Let’s hope somebody at Konami feels the identical manner.
Within the meantime, take a look by means of our record of the best horror games on PC.