The Bloodborne remaster rumours refuse to die, ironically enough.
Rumours and speculation of Bloodborne coming to PC have been pretty common for a long time now, but have really been heating up over the past few months. First being allegedly leaked back in June, we’ve since heard about a Bloodborne remaster coming to PS5 and PC, apparently being co-developed by QLOC and Bluepoint Games.
An announcement from Sony hasn’t been forthcoming, but a new rumour urges that the remaster is not fake. RedGamingTech recently posted a video, in which they claimed that the Bloodborne remaster for PS5 and PC is very much real. It is allegedly quite far in development, and also contains additional content that was not in the original game.
RedGamingTech has generally had a solid track record with leaks and insider information, though it’s worth noting that that’s mostly been restricted to hardware-related news. Recently, they also said that a Metal Gear Solid 1 remake is in development for PS5 and PC.
As for Bloodborne, just last month, reports talked about a new round of play-testing, which – if real – may have spilled the beans on plenty of details about the game. Read more on that through here.
As is always the case with any unverified insider leak, it’s best to take this with a grain of salt for now. We’ll keep you updated should we learn anything new, so stay tuned.