Early 2022 will see the release of the Bloodborne remake

You can test the game in its 32-bit version thanks to a fan-made effort.

Early 2022 will see the release of the Bloodborne remake

We recently shared a video depicting how Bloodborne would have looked if game had been launched on the original PlayStation. Now, people in charge of the remake promise that you'll be able to play it on January 31, 2022.

The action role-playing game by FromSoftware, which was first launched on PlayStation 4, is still one of the most popular games among gamers, and is even regarded the best of the study.

For the time being, there are speculations of a PlayStation 5 remastering or perhaps a BluePoint sequel. However, while the matter is resolved, a fan has decided to present a demake that showcases the original PlayStation's potential, and it already has a release date so you may try it out.

Lilith Walther is one of those fans, and she's still working on a Bloodborne with simplified graphics, few polygons, and unstable textures that would be found on Sony hardware from more than 20 years ago, and that you'll be able to play in a few months.

In the tweet, the fan revealed that she began the project ten months ago and used the opportunity to thank all of the title's fans who have been waiting for the release of this version.

All we have to do now is wait to enjoy this Bloodborne remake, which will undoubtedly blend the best aspects of the game with the nostalgia of a console that many people adored.

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