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Bloodborne is listed as a “franchise” by a PlayStation executive



Bloodborne is listed as a “franchise” by a PlayStation executive

As can be seen from the Linkedin profile of the senior executive of PlayStation, or Shiva Allari, it seems that Sony considers Bloodborne as a

Since its release in the distant past March 2015fans have been clamoring for a sequel to Bloodborne for the entire duration of this generation which has now come to an end, but without any success. However, the fact that there has been no news about it does not mean that something is not boiling in the pot, and according to the latest rumors it seems that Sony it might have something in store to that effect. As can be seen from the Linkedin profile of the PlayStation senior executive, that is Shiva Allari, it seems that Sony regards Bloodborne as a franchise. Bloodborne was developed by FromSoftware in collaboration with SIE Japan Studio and Sony owns the game’s IP just like Demon’s Soulsalso developed by the creators of Dark Souls And Sekiro: Shadow Die Twice.

Hmmm
Bloodborne 2 anyone? 😀 pic.twitter.com/dPzemBhq6w

– Timur222 (@ bogorad222) December 26, 2020

Going into more detail, in his Linkedin profile Shiva Allari mentions his work with PlayStation on franchises “such as Call of Duty, Assassins Creed, The Witcher, Overwatch, Fortnite, God of War, Fifa, Football Manager, Sonic, Total War and Bloodborne “. As already mentioned, seeing the presence of Bloodborne in this list is somewhat singular given that, for the moment, it has not gone beyond the first chapter (without considering its expansion The Old Hunters). In addition, in recent months, there have been rumors about a possible remastering of the title that should have debuted on PC And PlayStation 5but for the moment these rumors have remained so.

After the success of Bloodborne, FromSoftware has released two more games, namely Dark Souls 3 and the aforementioned Sekiro, as well as an exclusive game for PlayStation VR called Déraciné. The team is currently working on Elden Ringwhich was first announced atE3 2019. Since then, however, there has been no more news about it. So if there really should be a Bloodborne sequel in the future, it certainly won’t happen anytime soon. And also it must be emphasized that there is still nothing official about it and that therefore the information in this news must be taken with a grain of salt.