The Playable Teaser (P.T.) to Hideo Kojima and Guillermo del Toro's macabre, fog-filled frightfest, Silent Hills, has been turned into a found footage-style horror film.

Kotaku reports that Nabil Ayari's amazing rendition of P.T. as a found footage horror flick has been posted on GamebillStudio's YouTube. With a little twist of editing and the addition of a camcorder UI, P.T. looks great in this manner, especially when all the random wandering is eliminated from the gameplay. The use of the camcorder UI makes everything feel like Outlast mixed with Slender: The Arrival's DLC, but at least it's not 'Cloverfield' (ugh).

Watch as [spoilers] Daryl Dixon [/spoilers] slowly walks through the same apartment halfway over and over again, being creeped out by all sorts of 'Eraserhead' and Takashi Shimizu-inspired apparitions. At least this version of P.T. doesn't feature the four hours of scrounging for details we did until finally giving up and using Google to find a walkthrough.

Since Kojima Productions is currently polishing up Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain, we have a feeling we won't be seeing Silent Hills until 2016. Besides the PlayStation 4, there's no word on whether or not we'll see a PC, last-gen or Xbox One version of Silent Hills.

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