A leaker has spoken in the last hours of the alleged remastered of Bloodborne for PS5. The project should be rather “ambitious”
Among the many rumors and rumors with a videogame theme of recent times that apparently refuse to die is that of the alleged remastered PS5 di Bloodborne, the incredible Lovecraftian action RPG by FromSoftware for PS4. A rumor dating back to June 2020 suggested that QLOC e Bluepoint they were developing this title together (which should have been released on PC). In September 2020, another rumor claimed that the remaster was quite advanced in development with the addition of new content, there were even some creators who believed they had taken part in the project and had proven the general goodness of the same. Now, after long months of silence, a leaker has returned to the subject revealing some alleged information. Let’s see all the details about it in the next lines of this article.
Bloodborne: the remastered for PS5 will not be developed by Bluepoint Games?
Of course, until a few months ago nothing of the much talked about was seen or heard remastered di Bloodborne per PS5 but, as they say, hope is the last to die. Souls Hunts, the very active leaker who leaked details about Stranger of Paradise Final Fantasy Origin prior to its official announcement, it stated on Twitter (translation was provided by user DeepL) that a Bloodborne remastered will arrive on PS5 this year. The same will then land “later” on PC.
Many are waiting for a sequel to Bloodborne but that won’t happen. FS prefers to focus on new IPs
However, Bloodborne will be released this year on PS5 (later on PC)! The remaster is not developed by Bluepoint nor FS but is ambitious pic.twitter.com/zX2aBEkMAC
— SoulsHunt (@SoulsHunts) June 19, 2021
However, Hunts himself also reported that the game in question is not developed by Bluepoint Games or FromSoftware (also noting that there will be no sequel since the latter is focused on new IPs, such as the now famous Elden Ring which in based on what was recently said by George R. R. Martin should be the sequel to Dark Souls). However, it is known that the project is still “ambitious”, which could fit the previous rumor about additional content. Development may also have shifted entirely to QLOC. While Souls Hunts has some credibility, take this rumor with quite a few pliers reinforced. Meanwhile, Bloodborne is currently playable on PS5 but only runs at 30 FPS.
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