Hey, remember P.T., the weird experimental playable trailer for the unfortunately canceled Silent Hills? Well good news, it somehow just got even scarier.
Originally discovered by Lance McDonald, who is mostly known for his videos covering content cut from Bloodborne (and who recently discovered a cut boss fight against Master Willem), it seems like P.T.'s infamous ghost Lisa is actually around a lot more than you think. As in, quite literally all the time. Using a hack to move the camera around without moving the player, it turns out Lisa is set to always be directly behind the camera at all times after you pick up the flashlight. This way you always catch glimpses of her shadow and hear noises that she'd naturally make without catching a glimpse at her like you'd expect. Lance McDonald also promises that he found more weird content in P.T. and will be sharing it soon.
When it was originally released in 2014, P.T. was a mysterious free horror game from Konami available exclusively on the PlayStation 4. Even the name was part of that mystery, with P.T. standing for "Playable Teaser". Upon finishing the game it revealed it was actually a demo for Silent Hills, the next game in the popular Silent Hill franchise. It was also directed by Hideo Kojima and Guillermo Del Toro, and starred The Walking Dead actor Norman Reedus. The game received a ton of praise, but in 2015 Konami fired Hideo Kojima, canceled Silent Hills, and pulled P.T. off of the PlayStation Network, making players unable to download it anymore. The game is still currently unavailable to download in any legal form.
Do you still have a working copy of P.T.? Do you spend nights dreaming of the Silent Hills that never was? Are you glad that at least this means Death Stranding exists? Let us know in the comments below!