Mere days ago, we started to hear rumors that a newly remastered iteration of the PlayStation 4 classic, Bloodborne, would be revealed somewhat soon during an upcoming event from Sony. Although the rumor in question was passed off by some as being nothing more than a guess rather than credible information, yet another rumor related to the classic action title has now come about claiming something similar. This time, however, we have even been given a release window for when this remaster might be arriving.
At this point in time, rumors of a remaster for Bloodborne seem to be popping up all the time. While that might be something to get hopeful about, up until this point, both FromSoftware and Sony have shown that they have no indication to bring the action game back. So as usual, take this latest rumor with the usual grain of salt.
Coming by way of a French leaker that goes by the name SoulsHunts, it has been said that a PlayStation 5 version of Bloodborne is definitely on its way. SoulsHunts says that while an outright sequel to Bloodborne isn’t happening, a remaster is going to release later on in 2021. Based on their own information, they have said that neither FromSoftware nor Bluepoint Games (the studio that worked on last year’s remake of Demon’s Souls) are working on this remaster, though. They also noted that the remaster itself is “ambitious”.
That being said, SoulsHunts does have a recent track record of being privy to information before it is announced. Just last month, they were one of the first to mention Stranger of Paradise: Final Fantasy Origin prior to its reveal at E3 2021. As such, there is a chance that they could have some insider details about a Bloodborne remaster as well.
Are you someone who would love to see Bloodborne come back on PS5? Let me know either down in the comments or hit me up on Twitter at @MooreMan12.
At this point in time, though, until PlayStation formally announces that Bloodborne is heading to PS5, I wouldn’t get too excited. If such a reveal does happen though, we’ll be sure to keep you in the loop here on ComicBook.com.
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Twitch Bans Amouranth, Indiefoxx, and More Over Controversial “ASMR Meta”
By TYLER FISCHER – June 18, 2021 10:06 pm EDT
Twitch has banned Amouranth, Indiefoxx, ExoHydraX, and more over recent ASMR streams. At the moment of publishing, Twitch has not confirmed this is the reason behind the ban spree, but given who the targets are and that all of the bannings came at once, suggests it’s for said streamer’s participation in the new “ASMR TikTok Leggings Yoga Meta,” more often referred to as the “ASMR Meta.” Much like the Hot Tub streams before, this new meta exploded out of nowhere, with many of the same streamers involved. As you may remember, both Amouranth and IndieFoxx were at the origins of the Hot Tub meta, and they were once again at the center of the new ASMR Meta as well. And for their troubles, they’ve banned by the platform, though it’s unclear if the bans are temporary or permanent.
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