Bloodborne Remaster could be making its way to PC and PS5 later this year. According to a leak, the game is among PS4 titles being reworked for PS5 and Steam. The 2015 From Software game is said to be receiving revamped visuals and performance to fit the PC and PS5 build.
According to the source, who posted a video on Youtube describing the Bloodborne Remaster port, the game is being developed by Bluepoint Games and LOC. In addition, the game was recently tested on Steam too. The video goes onto describe the various PC settings users will be able to tweak in the port. This includes an unlocked frame rate, controller support chromatic aberration.
Take this with a pinch of salt for now. This source has not been verified and has no previously-confirmed leaks. However, it is not the first time we have heard of the Bloodborne PC and PS5 port. Multiple sources have claimed in the past that Sony plans on porting much of their first-part lineup to PC. Horizon Zero Dawn is already in the works. While this does not prove anything, it is a start.
Bloodborne is not the only From Software game coming to PS5. Past rumours claim Bluepoint Games is working on a Demon’s Souls remake. The game has been built from the ground up and according to leaks, is one of the most visually captivating games ever made. In addition, Elden Ring, the hardcore RPG being made in collaboration between George R.R Martin and From Software is also in the works.
Whatever happens, the future of From Software games is looking bright. Sony is said to be hosting its PS5 game reveal event later this week. However, the company has not confirmed the new date after the delay due to the George Floyd protests.