Survival horror has never been the "sexy" genre, at least on major consoles. It never offered easy controls, explosions, or even happy premises. It takes a particular individual to enjoy the morbid beauty that a genre like this brings. It's certainly strange that a survival horror game can be praise as truly successful only when played in the dark, and after finishing a session you can't get the lights on soon enough. And even at 28, you check if the doors are locked. This is success.
So, leave it to the father of survival of survival horror, Shinji Mikami, to impregnate and create something new.