A new rumor has emerged that PlayStation may announce a remastered version of Bloodborne in an upcoming Sony event.
With all this in mind, fans of the series have often clamored for a Bloodborne remaster. There have been intermittent rumors about a PC release, too — especially coming to the forefront before big video game showcase events like E3 and Summer Game Fest.
Bloodborne is one of the best games to justify buying a PS4 for, although the title runs at 1080p 30 FPS even on the PS4 Pro. The PS4 console generation has seen two more games from From Software after Bloodborne Dark Souls III and Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice. Dark Souls 3 and Sekiro run significantly better on the consoles compared to Bloodborne.
Bloodborne remaster will be reportedly announced by Sony in the next PlayStation event
Former content creator and developer Tim Rogers is the source of the latest rumor regarding Bloodborne remaster. Given his connections in the gaming industry, Rogers’ claim is probably not a shot in the dark.
He also suggested that it will be announced at the next Sony event. However, Rogers mentioned that it is only a hunch. He did not reveal if he had inside information or if it was simply something that he also wanted.
Rogers was questioned in a Twitter thread about the rumored remastering of Bloodborne, which has not yet been revealed despite months of initial reports. Rogers hinted that the remastering is real and that it will have a frame rate of 60 fps.
As it stands, with no backward compatibility, PS5 owners have no way to play Bloodborne since it has not received a next-gen release. Keeping that in mind, a next-gen console release does not seem that unlikely for Bloodborne.
It’s another story when it comes to PC release, though. PC gamers can play Dark Souls 1, 2, and 3 on their system.
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