Is Bloodborne’s PC Port Already Complete?

If this is true, then we have to ask the question: what on earth is Sony doing with a PC port of Bloodborne?


Nick Baker, one of the hosts of the Xbox Era podcast (going by Shpeshal_Nick), has come up with a PlayStation rumour to contradict the name (he starts talking about the subject an hour and a half into this video). “I have been told by a couple of different sources a couple of different things about Bloodborne. I’ve been told there’s a PC port that’s already done. I think what’s happening with Bluepoint is, I believe Bluepoint is doing the sequel. And I think Bluepoint might also be doing the console remaster of the first one. I think”, Baker said.

He didn’t elaborate on who exactly was “the port worker”, but let’s not forget that we’ve been hearing about the Bloodborne-PC pairing for quite some time. Suppose Bluepoint Games does work on the sequel. In that case, it will coincide with what the studio said when it came under Sony Interactive Entertainment: they’ve been working on original content since the Sony buyout, so FromSoftware seemingly trusts the team to continue the work the Japanese group started, especially after the Demon’s Souls remake. While this wouldn’t be new IP, it would be something original from them.

Regarding the PlayStation 5 remaster, Baker is only trying to back up what others have heard, but he has heard from other sources. It would still make sense: Bluepoint Games was responsible for both the PlayStation 3 remaster of ICO and Shadow of the Colossus and the PlayStation 4 remake of Shadow of the Colossus. It’s a good idea because it would allow the studio to get used to the IP to make us lick all ten fingers after the sequel.

Rumours of Bloodborne for PlayStation 5/PC surfaced back in June last year. If there’s a PlayStation 5 version, it’s likely to be called Director’s Cut, given Sony’s strategy, but (as always) it’s not official!

Source: PSL

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