Silent Hill: Shattered Memories dev lists two unannounced titles on website

Silent Hill: Shattered Memories creator Climax Studios currently has concept art for an unannounced title and "character action platformer" featured on its website under future projects.

The first project, simply labeled "unannounced title," appears to be a horror game. The images feature several eerie shots of broken dolls. The studio has teased the title on Facebook several times, though no official announcements have been made.

The "character action platformer" appears similar to a Prince of Persia game. The images are labeled as a tech demo. Climax Studios' senior designer, Richard Tyrer, has a similar project listed on his LinkedIn as well; according to his experience on the "unannounced AAA Character Action Title," the game uses Unreal Engine and will be available for PlayStation 3, Xbox 360 and Windows PC.

In addition to Silent Hill: Shattered Memories, the studio is also known for its work on Silent Hill: Origins, Overlord: Dark Legend and Rocket Knight.

You can check out the art for both games above. When contacted for comment, Ubisoft issued the following statement: "We have nothing to share in regard to the Prince of Persia franchise at this time."

We've reached out to Climax for comment and will update accordingly.

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