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Silent Hill DLC Announced for Dark Deception: Monsters & Mortals

After many rumors and speculations on the imminent debut of a new Silent Hill for PS5, finally, the famous video game saga signed by Konami is about to make its return, even if as a DLC of the horror multiplayer Dark Deception: Monsters & Souls.

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The announcement came in the past few hours from the Glowstick Entertainment team, who shared a short teaser trailer of the new Silent Hill DLC on their official YouTube channel, which you can easily watch at the bottom of this article, available for download from next February 2021.

For those unfamiliar with it, Dark Deception: Monsters & Mortals is a multiplayer horror game available on Steam in which players take on the role of monsters and mortals of the universe of the same name (but also of many others), intent on fighting each other inside nightmarish labyrinths. Some of these will be familiar to Dark Deception fans, but many will be completely new.

The small development team’s multiplayer horror party game offers three different game modes, via Steam:

  1. Maze Escape (Three-versus-One) – Three mortals must collect the required number of shards to summon the portal and escape, while a monster seeks to stop or kill them before the time expires.
  2. Shard Mayhem – Monsters only mode. Four players compete against one another in a free for all to collect the most shards in the time limit provided. Shards spawn in waves and can be stolen from other players by attacking or killing them.
  3. Soul Collection – Four Mortals compete for shards in order to save their own soul. At the end of each shard wave, Malak will come for the player with the fewest shards and take their soul. They will become a monster and must hunt down the remaining mortal survivors. In the end, only one mortal will win the right to keep their soul.

Waiting to find out more details on the new expansion of Dark Deception: Monsters & Mortals dedicated to Silent Hill, we remind you that the latter will be available for download in February.

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