Bloodborne remake with PS1 visuals is already scheduled for release and will be available for free to all

The two-fan initiative aims to recreate From Software's masterpiece as it appeared on the original PlayStation in 1996.

Bloodborne remake with PS1 visuals is already scheduled for release and will be available for free to all


What an unexpected Halloween treat! Last night of the dead, Lilith Walther and Corwyn Prichard revealed that the Bloodborne remake is nearly complete, and that it will be released on January 31, 2022. According to Kotaku, who spoke with the creators earlier this year, the project would be open to everybody, and anyone will be able to experience this return to Yharnam. 


And in case you're wondering what a "demake" is, it's nothing more than a recreation of how a contemporary video game would appear on older platforms. The goal in this scenario was to make the From Software classic look like it was released in 1996, on the first PlayStation.


We want to see more bloodshed.

Bloodborne continues to provide something to talk about, both in a positive and negative sense, more than six years after its release (in March 2015). On the one hand, a possible continuation appeared to be in peril following the contentious restructuring of Japan Studio (who worked on the game alongside From Software) and the subsequent departure of several of Sony's top producers (such as Teruyuki Toruyama and Masaaki Yamagiwa).


On the other hand, the Japanese company's statements encourage us to be optimistic, since it has been recognized that the game exceeded expectations, that it has become the most played on PS Nowin spring 2021 (we repeat, more than five years after its debut), and that rumors about a PS5 set-up have not stopped.


There's no denying that the game has a special place in the community's memory, and regardless of whether the story has a future or not, we're not going to be shortchanged between this Bloodborne remake and the next Elden Ring.


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