I haven’t seen the last of the RPGs, say insiders

FromSoftware’s Bloodborne is one of the most popular PS4 exclusives. An insider hints again at possible news regarding the dark action role-playing game.

“Bloodborne” is still one of the most popular exclusive titles for the old PlayStation 4. Many players would like another game in the universe of dark action or wait in vain for a remake. Insider and former IGN reporter Colin Moriarty has been good at the rumors surrounding Bloodborne for quite some time. In a recent podcast episode, he said that wasn’t the last we’d see “Bloodborne.”

Insider Spreads ‘Bloodborne’ Rumors Again

Colin Moriarty has proven to be a good source of information on upcoming projects in the past. The insider also seems to be knowledgeable about all sorts of happenings on PlayStation. He had therefore already before the official announcement by Ratchet & Clank Rift Apart and the Demon’s Souls remake announced.

And Moriarty always seems to have something to say about “Bloodborne.” In 2021, for example, the former IGN employee reported that a remaster or remake was in the pipeline. Bluepoint Games developers are said to be in the works. Insider Millie Amand was also talking about a new edition at the time. Additionally, according to other industry insiders, too a complete successor to “Bloodborne” to develop. In addition, the first part should also receive a PC port, in which the work should be as good as complete.

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However, this information is contradicted by another insider’s statement. As recently as February, industry expert Omnipotent wanted to know that currently no current “Bloodborne” project would be: “Sequel, remaster, PC port, or a patch. I’ve never heard a beep, at least not from a reliable source. So do what you want with that information.

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