Silent Hill’s Ito Masahiro And Akira Yamaoka Collaborate On World of Tanks Halloween Event

World of Tanks has a particular Halloween occasion starting in the present day that options work from Silent Hill artwork director and monster designer Masahiro Ito and composer Akira Yamaoka. While it has been a protracted, very long time since we have seen something out of the Silent Hill universe, maybe this bizarre PVE occasion may give a style of the unusual and scary.

Starting in the present day on October 26 and working to November 9, gamers can group up in groups of 5 to tackle the damaging denizens of the mysterious city of Mirny-13. Bizarre occasions have transpired that make the city a terror to navigate, and maybe intrepid teams can remedy the riddles as they make their manner by way of the haunted city.

Players can unlock particular crew members, kinds, expereince and credit within the occasion that they will carry over to the core sport even after the occasion ends. These embrace particular skins designed my Masahiro Ito!

We shipped off a couple of fast questions by way of e-mail to Akira Yamaoka about his involvement within the challenge, which you’ll try beneath. Check out the trailer for the occasion as properly!

GI: Have you ever performed World of Tanks?

AY: Of course. It should be a sport I actually prefer to work with.

What’s your favourite soundtrack that you have ever labored on?

The soundtrack for Silent Hill was very well-received, and I used to be personally pleased with the ultimate product as properly.

What are your favourite composing methods to construct spooky/creepy and suspenseful emotions in your music?

Making the listener really feel uneasy and uncomfortable. You can break music conventions by staggering chords, or deliberately including sounds that battle with chords. There is a course of to discovering a tone which evokes bodily disgust. There are many different strategies.


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