The Art Director For Silent Hill 3 Forgot About This Hidden Detail, But Fans Found It, The Hilltop Centre’s creative director, Masahiro Ito, may have forgotten an important element, but eager fans have found it.
A Twitter user going by the handle silent_facts unearthed an easter egg in the 20-year-old game Silent Hill 3. Using the game’s camera controls, they uncovered a corpse buried under the floorboards of a room connected by a bloody wire that ran from the bathtub. The design choice was so obscure that not even the game’s inventor, Ito Ito, remembered it.
This finding demonstrates the care and consideration that went into making Silent Hill 3, a game that is both horrifying and thought intriguing. The discovery of the bloodied cords serves as a sobering reminder that there is much more to learn about the game, and that fresh information is likely to emerge for many years to come. Fans are still enthralled and motivated by the game, and fresh information is sure to be uncovered for quite some time.
It’s an amazing detail that demonstrates the degree of care put into Silent Hill 3’s design, even if not all of it is immediately apparent. The game’s art director, Masahiro Ito, tweeted surprised that the players had discovered the cords since they were so invisible.
I built the room,” Ito tweeted. Someone has finally seen the bloodied wires. There are more hidden facets to the game that have yet to be discovered. It took twenty years. Oh, yes, those pesky cables. It looks genuinely surprised by the revelation; he even stops to thank the silent_facts for pointing out the cables.
Sources: (The Gamer)