Bokeh Game Studio’s Slitterhead Features Akira Yamaoka Music

Bokeh Game Studio's Slitterhead Features Akira Yamaoka Music

Silent Hill and Siren creator Keiichiro Toyama announced Bokeh Game Studio‘s first game will be the horror title Slitterhead. The first trailer for it appeared during The Game Awards 2021. It also revealed that Silent Hill composer Akira Yamaoka will appear to do its music.

A few of the monsters in Slitterhead appeared during the trailer, and people could hear Akira Yamaoka compositions while they played. During the game, ordinary people will reveal themselves to be monsters. Their faces will split open to reveal their true nature. They can also have segmented bodies.

Another horror game veteran is a part of the game’s development team. Siren Character Designer Mika Takahashi is working on its designs.

Slitterhead is in development. There is no release window for it yet. Bokeh Game Studio also didn’t mention platforms for it.

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