Bloodborne Remaster Is Being Co-Developed By QLOC and Bluepoint – Rumour

The rumour states the game will run at 4K and 60 FPS.

Posted By | On 07th, Jun. 2020 Under News, Rumors


Bloodborne has once again been in the rumour mill of late, with reports of the beloved FromSoftware game coming to PC and the upcoming PS5 doing the rounds. A recent report, in fact, briefly touched upon who’s in charge of the rumoured remaster, claiming that it’s being developed someone other than FromSoftware. Another new rumour – this time a video on YouTube by PC Gaming Inquisition – claims to know who that developer is.

Allegedly, it’s two developers. QLOC – the studio behind Dark Souls Remastered – and Bluepoint Games – who’re strongly rumoured to be working on a full-fledged remake of Demon’s Souls – are working together on the Bloodborne remaster. The video states that the game will come to Steam on PC and support ultrawide resolution, and will run at 4K and 60 frames per second. There’s also mention of improved textures, quality of life improvements, and shorter load times. As for when it might be out, the video just says it will be released “soon.”

Interestingly enough, the video also brings up the aforementioned (also rumoured) Demon’s Souls remake by Bluepoint Games, and claims that Sony will close out their PS5 games showcase by announcing the game. Bluepoint Games have seemingly hinted that they’ll be present at the showcase at least in some capacity.

This should go without saying, but take this leak with a grain of salt. There’s plenty of smoke surrounding Bloodborne, but that’s often been the case in the past, and that hasn’t necessarily led to anything before. Do we hope this is true? Obviously- but it very well might not be.

We should find out one way or another soon enough. The PS5 games showcase was delayed from its original June 4 date, but Sony have said that they will share a new date for it “soon.”

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