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Hidetaka Miyazaki Speaks On A Possible Bloodborne Remake, Says It Is “A Title We Hold Very Dear”

If you somehow missed it, the first gameplay trailer for Elden Ring: Shadow Of The Erdtree, the long-awaited DLC for 2022’s game of the year by all accounts is here, and we have a June release date.

Finally finding out more about the DLC is the day that many Elden Ring and FromSoftware fans have been waiting for. But there’s still a large faction of those fans, who remain waiting for something else.

That would be any update or news on a Bloodborne Remake or Remaster, or even just a patch to make it run at 60FPS on PS5. For the first time in a long time, FromSoftware boss and legend Hidetaka Miyazaki has spoken about this, and he doesn’t rule the possibility out.

Talking to Eurogamer, he thanks players for their love and support of the game, saying that it’s a title he and the team “hold very dear.” He also seems to imply that we might not actually get a remake or remaster of Bloodborne until PS6, whenever that’ll happen, as he discusses the benefits that can come from new hardware.

“It is a title we hold very dear and just as much as our fans. It does make me very happy to see that there are still so many people passionate about it.

I think having new hardware is definitely a part of what gives these remakes value. Things you weren’t able to achieve on previous generations of hardware, ways you weren’t able to render specific expressions, [new hardware] sometimes makes it possible.

However, I wouldn’t say that’s the be all and end all. I think purely from a user perspective, modern hardware also allows more players to appreciate all the games. And so, it ends up being a simple reason, but as a fellow player I think accessibility is important.

I think that can be the driving force between bringing an old game to a new platform.”

Perhaps Miyazaki has big plans for a Bloodborne remake on the PlayStation 6, where he hopes there’ll be the kind of massive leap more akin to the jump Demon’s Souls took from its PS3 to PS5 version.

Still, ultimately we remain where we’ve always been on this topic, that we just have to wait and see.

Source – [Eurogamer]