Rumour has it, Bloodborne Remaster is deep in development and it will be coming to PlayStation 5 and PC with some extra content that was cut from the original game.
Rumours about Bloodborne Remaster just won't go away. Earlier this year, a couple of sources claimed that the game is indeed in development and that Sony could officially reveal it at PlayStation 5 event. Sadly, that did not happen but since PS5 is not out yet, surely there's still time for such an announcement.
Today, we have another source claiming that Bloodborne Remaster is in the works. YouTuber Red Gaming Tech, who is known as a reliable hardware leaker, claims that according to his sources, Bloodborne Remaster is deep in development and should be coming to PC and PlayStation 5, just like earlier leaks suggested. You can check out the Bloodborne part in the video below at 18:25.
"What I'm allowed to say is that it's quite far along in development and apparently it has additional content," he said. The remaster allegedly includes content that was cut from the original game . If you're a Bloodborne fan, you'll probably know that several enemy designs and pages of lore have been removed from the game during the development.
If the rumours about the remaster are indeed true, then this content could be re-introduced which means new enemies, additional lore and potentially some other additions.
This, of course, sounds pretty exciting for all Bloodborne fans but until we get an official confirmation from Sony or the developer FromSoftware, take this one with a grain of salt, just like any other rumour or unconfirmed information.