Hidetaka Miyazaki gave an interview about Bloodborne, revealing the possibilities of the Remake

FromSoftware’s Hidetaka Miyazaki has finally responded to his desire for a remake Bloodborne from the community side, but everything is still unclear. As one of the highest-rated Soulsborne games of all time, Bloodborne has a loyal fan base that has been eagerly waiting to see more from the franchise for years.


Although Elden Ring took the Soulsborne genre to a new level, Lovecraft’s cosmic horror game is still considered a masterpiece by many. Throughout the years, fans have wanted a PC version of Bloodborne, and despite many rumors, it never came to fruition. With the launch of the PlayStation 5, fans were hoping that they would at least get a remake on the console if not a sequel, but that hasn’t happened yet.

In an interview with Eurogamer, FromSoftware President Hidetaka Miyazaki expressed his gratitude for the unwavering passion of the fan community. Miyazaki said: “It’s a game that we love as much as the fans. I’m happy to see that there are still so many people who are passionate about it.” However, when asked about the possibility of a remake, he apologized and refused to make any comments.


Reflecting on the game, Miyazaki shared his heartfelt feelings about the game’s impact on the production team. Additionally, FromSoftware’s Boss once again appreciated the love Bloodborne has received from the community over the years.

Fans may not be so optimistic after Miyazaki’s recent comments, as he also emphasized that a remake is only justified if there is a big enough jump in hardware power between generations. “I think having new hardware is definitely part of what gives these remasters their value, things that you couldn’t get with previous generations of hardware.”“, Miyazaki elaborated. Although Miyazaki didn’t specify, he may have been referring to Demon’s Souls, which was remade for the PlayStation 5, after originally launching for the PlayStation 3 in 2009.


“I think accessibility is very important. I think that can be the driving force for bringing an old game to a new platform”

The PlayStation 5 may not fully meet Miyazaki’s requirements for considering a remake, as it has not yet achieved the technological leap compared to the PS4. That said, it doesn’t mean that there isn’t any hope for a remake of Bloodborne in the near future, as the possibility of a PC version of it is still open. Currently, Miyazaki has not said anything more about the future of this game, and seems to still be focusing on Elden Ring’s Shadow of the Erdtree DLC.

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