Bokeh Game Studio Reveals Pre-Alpha Footage for Horror Game ‘Slitterhead’ in New Developer Diary Video

Bokeh Game Studio has shared a new video for their upcoming horror game Slitterhead, showcasing behind-the-scenes development. This video focuses on a user test session, with some pre-alpha footage of the game itself also revealed.

Keiichiro Toyama, the director for the original Silent Hill and Siren, founded Bokeh Game Studio and announced the newest horror game they are working on, Slitterhead. The game will feature music from Akira Yamaoko, who composed the soundtrack for multiple Silent Hill titles.

There’s currently no release date for Slitterhead, but we’ll be sure to cover any news surrounding the development of this title. Truthfully, we also don’t know much about the game itself, though when considering the talent behind it, this is undoubtedly an ambitious effort that horror fans will want to keep an eye on.

You can view the Developer Diary user tests video for Slitterhead below. Note that English captions are available.


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