Silent Hill Dev says you're wrong about a common misconception
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Silent Hill Dev says you’re wrong about a common misconception

Silent Hill Dev says you’re wrong about a common misconception

The Silent Hill series has many mysteries and myths. But one of the developers had enough of one particular misconception.

Destructoid reported that Masahiro Ito, the art director for Silent Hill 2/3 (as well as the background and monster designer of Silent Hill 1), has taken to Twitter to clarify the setting of the first game not covered with ash but falling snow. As proof, he also uploaded a screenshot of the game.

“The white dots that appear in the sky are not ash. It tweeted, “It’s snowing outside.” “I get tired of saying that tbh.”

The scene in the game lays out that it’s snowing. This raises questions about how the mixup could have happened. However, we can thank the movie for this. Destructoid says that Roger Avary, the screenwriter, was inspired by a Pennsylvania town called Centralia. It suffered from an underground coal vein fire. The movie also shows the fictional town affected by the smoke and ash from a coal seam fire.

It tweeted, “Many people still claim the town of the SH1 (not film but original game) was inspired from Centralia. They boast that the headcanon’s the canon.” They continue to question me about my inspiration. This is why I tweeted this tweet. “I just tweeted the truth.”

Silent Hill Dev says you’re wrong about a common misconception
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