Silent Hill: Ascension gets premiere trailer, weekly episodes will air on various devices

Silent Hill: Ascension

Genvid has shared the official premiere trailer and key art for Silent Hill: Ascension alongside announcing a partnership with Sony to release weekly episodes of the new experience.

The new Silent Hill experience will release weekly episodes compiled of audience-influenced scenes, made available via the Sony Pictures Core app on PS4, PS5, Bravia TVs, and Xperia smartphones.

“We’re excited to introduce the Johansen and Hernandez families into the SILENT HILL universe,” said Stephan Bugaj, Interactive Series Creator and Chief Creative Officer of Genvid Entertainment. “As they delve deeper into their own horrors, and their towns are simultaneously consumed by mass hysteria, these two families will uncover strange connections between them despite being a world apart.”

“There has never been an experience like SILENT HILL: Ascension before,” said Jacob Navok, CEO of Genvid. “It’s not a game, but an interactive streaming series that will change as the audience makes decisions together. While I’m Executive Producing the title, I don’t know how it
will end. That is in your hands. And the content you make will be streamed worldwide on televisions and phones, through our relationships with Sony Pictures, Google, Apple and others. Participating in SILENT HILL: Ascension each day means you’ll be part of history that will never come again.”

“We are exploring all new territory with SILENT HILL: Ascension,” said Pete Wood, Senior Vice President, New Media Distribution, Sony Pictures Entertainment. “Through this unique venture with Genvid, we are excited to offer viewers on Sony devices a weekly catch up on the action of
SILENT HILL: Ascension with full episodes of compiled scenes from this innovative, interactive series.”

Silent Hill: Ascension is launching just in time for Halloween, on October 31st, for Windows PC (via web browsers) and both iOS (via the App Store), and Android (via Google Play).

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