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Will there be a Bloodborne PC or PS5 release? Here’s everything we know

It’s wild that we still don’t have a Bloodborne PC release. Given the success of the Dark Souls series and Elden Ring, many have been holding out hope that one of the best PS4 games would finally get a chance to shine on other platforms. But Bloodborne on PS5 and Bloodborne on PC remains unconfirmed, meaning we’re stuck with the 2015 release for the time being. 

Of course, with Sony investing more heavily in bringing its exclusives to PC, and given how well received Bluepoint’s Demon’s Souls remake for PS5 was, it feels like it’s only a matter of time before somebody makes the right decision. Whether it’s a simple Bloodborne PC port or a more ambitious Bloodborne PS5 remake, we’ll take anything we can get. If you keep reading, we’ve rounded up all the Bloodborne PC rumors and the reasons we’d love to see one of the best FromSoftware games make it into the hands of even more players.  

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The Bloodborne PC and PS5 rumors

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Rumors about upcoming games are a dime a dozen, and most of the time, these kinds of rumors don’t lead anywhere. Bloodborne Remastered rumors aren’t individually all that different, but the number of these rumors and their consistency is notable.

You’ve got your retailer pre-order leaks, rumors about cut content coming to the remaster, PlayStation Store leaks, leaks about Bloodborne Remastered going through a particular round of playtesting, rumors about announcements, and more.

We may not be able to trust individual leaks and rumors, but altogether this much information coming from this many sources means there’s at least some weight to the idea that there is (or was) a Bloodborne project in the works, regardless of when or if we see it release or what will be in it on release.


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Will there be a Bloodborne PC or PS5 release? Here’s everything we know

It’s wild that we still don’t have a Bloodborne PC release. Given the success of the Dark Souls series and Elden Ring, many have been holding out hope that one of the best PS4 games would finally get a chance to shine on other platforms. But Bloodborne on PS5 and Bloodborne on PC remains unconfirmed, meaning we’re stuck with the 2015 release for the time being. 
Of course, with Sony investing more heavily in bringing its exclusives to PC, and given how well received Bluepoint’s Demon’s Souls remake for PS5 was, it feels like it’s only a matter of time before somebody makes the right decision. Whether it’s a simple Bloodborne PC port or a more ambitious Bloodborne PS5 remake, we’ll take anything we can get. If you keep reading, we’ve rounded up all the Bloodborne PC rumors and the reasons we’d love to see one of the best FromSoftware games make it into the hands of even more players.  
Sony, Bluepoint Games, and Demon’s Souls

PS5 patches for PS4 games… but not Bloodborne

 PlayStation exclusives coming to PC 

The Bloodborne PC and PS5 rumors

(Image credit: FromSoftware)
Rumors about upcoming games are a dime a dozen, and most of the time, these kinds of rumors don’t lead anywhere. Bloodborne Remastered rumors aren’t individually all that different, but the number of these rumors and their consistency is notable.
You’ve got your retailer pre-order leaks, rumors about cut content coming to the remaster, PlayStation Store leaks, leaks about Bloodborne Remastered going through a particular round of playtesting, rumors about announcements, and more.
We may not be able to trust individual leaks and rumors, but altogether this much information coming from this many sources means there’s at least some weight to the idea that there is (or was) a Bloodborne project in the works, regardless of when or if we see it release or what will be in it on release.

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