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Will Bloodborne arrive on PC thanks to Bluepoint? Insider Lance McDonald speaks



Will Bloodborne arrive on PC thanks to Bluepoint? Insider Lance McDonald speaks

As rumors of Bloodborne’s possible arrival on PC circulate, the McDonald insider reveals valuable information about Bluepoint Games.

Speaking of recent rumors that seem to indicate a possible arrival of Bloodborne on PC thanks to Bluepoint Games (along with a version optimized for PlayStation 5), Lance McDonald has provided several important information on his Twitter account. Although these are to be taken with a grain of salt, they are certainly to be considered and considered possible, given the reliability of the insider.

A lot of people got angry at me when I debunked this nearly a year ago (I literally debunked it, I spoke to developers at a number of studios rumored to be working on it). Since then I’ve decided to stop researching Bloodborne PC rumors and I’ll happily believe it when I see it https://t.co/w8SXmbYptr

– Lance McDonald (@manfightdragon) April 11, 2021

A lot of people got mad at me almost a year ago when I disproved this (literally disproved it, talked to the developers of several studios that were rumored to be working on it). Since then, I’ve decided to stop looking for Bloodborne rumors on PC and will happily believe it when I see it.

While this Tweet itself does not reveal much information about the potential arrival of Bloodborne on PC thanks to Bluepoint Games, Lance McDonald reminded us that he disproved the issue at the time, thus assuming that – if the game in which it was currently in development – the works would not be particularly advanced.

In a further Tweet, the insider also specified that he has lost sight of the issue for too long, and that he does not actually know if it is possible. The novelty however lies in a further statement, in which it has deepened the relationship between Bluepoint Games and Sony, going completely against the rumors that saw the Japanese company finalize a possible acquisition.

However if you believe Bluepoint are working on Bloodborne when their contract with Sony didn’t even last long enough for them to patch in the ability to delete characters in Demons Souls, you’re out of your mind.

– Lance McDonald (@manfightdragon) April 11, 2021

Anyway, if you think Bluepoint is working on Bloodborne with their Sony contract that wasn’t even enough to patch the ability to delete characters in Demon’s Souls, you’re out of your mind.

According to this latest statement, it appears that relations between Bluepoint Games and Sony have abruptly ended at the end of the last contract, and therefore the developer is no longer curating his recent Demon’s Souls (here our review) or any other IP of Sony Interactive Entertainment Worldwide Studios.

Before leaving, we refer you to our article in which we have deepened the recent rumor that sees insteadand Bluepoint Games working on several remakes of the Metal Gear saga, after a potential abandonment of the Bloodborne remake, you can consult it at the following link.