Bluepoint’s PlayStation 5 Game Wants To Set New Standards

Bluepoint Games isn’t fooling around: the studio wants better than average results – they aimed higher than that.

We’ve known for a while that Bluepoint is making a next-gen, PlayStation 5 title. We have no clue what it could be, but one thing is for sure: the studio’s website has some sort of a mission statement that we should quote:

Established in 2006, with a team now over 90 people, Bluepoint has developed a history of delivering the highest quality remasters and remakes in the industry. But that’s not enough for us. Our latest project is the largest in our history and aims to define the visual benchmark for the next generation of gaming hardware.

Our founders were part of the Metroid Prime engineering team, and have been in the industry for over 20 years, while the majority of the team has been in the industry for at least 10 years. With each game, we set out to achieve industry-defining visuals and gameplay, while fostering the growth and success of our team,” Bluepoint Games says.

And they do have done wonderful work so far: God of War Collection – PlayStation 3; The Ico & Shadow of the Colossus Collection – PlayStation 3; Metal Gear Solid HD Collection – PlayStation 3, Xbox 360; Flower – PlayStation 4, PlayStation Vita; Titanfall         – Xbox 360 port; Uncharted: The Nathan Drake Collection – PlayStation 4; Gravity Rush Remastered – PlayStation 4; Shadow of the Colossus – PlayStation 4.

What they say sounds exciting. The studio is committed, and that often means good results. Let’s hope it won’t be different this time either. Rumours say that they are working on a Demon’s Souls remake – if this is true, then FromSoftware found the right people for the job. Hidetaka Miyazaki, the head of the Japanese studio expressed that they have high standards, and Bluepoint could fill their requirements regarding Sony’s IP. Don’t forget, this is why Demon’s Souls is PS3-exclusive!

The PlayStation 5 reveal could happen in February… and we might hear of FromSoftware’s game there, too.

Source: PSU

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