Alleged Silent Hill Screenshot Leak Gets Get Taken Down By Copyright Claim
Posted On May 13, 2022
Four alleged Silent Hill images leaked by a Twitter user called Aesthetic Gamer (also known as Dusk Golem) have since been taken down by a DMCA request. While people were in doubt over the validity of the images, the copyright claim suggests that the leaks are real.
In their original tweet that shared the images, Aesthetic Gamer wrote, “This is from a relatively new source for me, but I have been given more than enough proof to believe them. I also will mention the names ‘Anita & Maya,’ ‘SMS Messages,’ and this is not the only SH game in dev. The shots are a bit dated, from 2020.”
The leaked art isn’t available on Aesthetic Gamer’s Twitter account anymore, but you can find them over on ResetEra forums. The first image shows a dirty room with lots of trash, discarded items, and peeling wallpaper. In the second image, a woman stares at the viewer with the words “minger” and “I hate myself” written on her face. The British slang implies that the game’s setting will be in the UK, or at least something UK-related will make an appearance.
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Author: Jenny Zheng