Bloodborne Remaster, Sequel in Development at Bluepoint, PC Port Complete - Rumor

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It seems like every week we get new Bloodborne-related information. One addition has been made to the massive library of Bloodborne leaks and rumors. According to Nick, the co-founder of XboxEra.com, you can expect a lot of Bloodborne content in the future.

PS5 Remaster and Sequel 

Nick claimed during the recent XboxEra Podcast that Bluepoint Games is currently developing not one but two Bloodborne games. The first one is a PlayStation 5 remaster of the original game released back in 2015. The second one is Bloodborne 2, a proper sequel. You can listen to the claim by yourself to the timestamp 1:31:10 of the video above.

PC Port 

That’s not all though, he claimed that the developer of the PC port is complete. That is weird because if the supposed remaster is not yet developed, then that means that the 2015’s version is being ported to PC. Why will Sony release an old version of Bloodborne on PC while the PS5 gets a remaster? I guess time will tell what is up with that.

About the Developer 

Bluepoint Games is well-known for developing ports and remakes of previous games. They are behind Uncharted: The Nathan Drake Collection, Demon’s Souls Remake, and more. So, it makes sense that they will develop a Bloodborne remaster. After working for years with Sony, they were recently acquired by the Japanese giant.

New Game by Bluepoint 

During the announcement of the acquisition, Bluepoint President Marco Thrush said that they are working on an original project. We initially thought that it meant a brand-new IP. However, by “original content,” they could mean a sequel as well.

Previous rumors have suggested that the company was developing a Metal Gear Solid Remake. But it seems like that wasn’t accurate.

Previous Bloodborne Rumors 

There have been tons of Bloodborne rumors. Many of them suggested a PC port or a PS5 remaster. However, none came true. Previous leaks revealed Bloodborne Hunter’s Edition, a remaster which will release on PS5 in early 2021. It will also be released on PC 6 to 12 months later.

Keep in mind that all these are just unsubstantiated claims. You would be wise to wait for an official announcement. Moreover, fans will love a new version of Bloodborne, as the original game suffers from several technical issues.

So what do you think? Are you excited about Bloodborne Remastered? Or do you care more about Bloodborne 2? Let us know your thoughts in the comments section below.

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