‘Bloodborne’ Developer Talks Highly Anticipated Remake: “It is a title we hold very dear”

When Elden Ring: Shadow of the Erdtree was announced, Hidetaka Miyazaki, Director for From Softwares hits Dark Souls, Bloodborne, and Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice, finally broke the silence on the highly anticipated Bloodborne remaster.

“It is a title we hold very dear and just as much as our fans,” said Hidetaka Miyazaki in a recent interview. Speaking of why he thinks the Demon Souls PlayStation 3 Remake worker, he mentioned the wait in console generations was a big part of it. “I think having new hardware is definitely a part of what gives these remakes value,” he said. “Things you weren’t able to achieve on previous generations of hardware, ways you weren’t able to render specific expressions.”

There have been rumors for years that a PC port of Bloodborne is on the way. Then, more recently, a PlayStation 5 remaster. Hidetaka Miyazaki mentioned being very happy about the fans’ constant call for a Bloodborne remaster.

It’s interesting to note that there have been fans modding their PlayStations to get this remaster done themselves. Lance McDonald, a well-known Dark Souls modder, even got the game running at 60fps. This is something that fans have been clamoring for since the PlayStation 5 launch.

Surprisingly, Sony and From Software have remained notoriously silent despite all the modding and demand. So, while the majority of us wait for the Elden Ring: Shadow of the Erdtree to launch, I will be waiting for some more Bloodborne. It will be interesting to see if From Software and Sony start talking about a patch. Or maybe something more substantial for Bloodborne in the future.

While we don’t suggest everyone who wants to play Bloodborne with a buttery smooth frame rate go mod their PlayStation 5s, you should check out that video and notice how an already fast and fluid game looks when there is even more fluidity to it. Bloodborne is one of the best Victorian Gothic horror games out there and deserves some TLC to bring it up to par.



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