A reputable leaker is the latest source to confirm that Bloodborne is finally coming to PC. All details below.
Bloodborne was the enviable game on PlayStation. Everyone wanted it, but no one got it. PC gamers have been begging for Bloodborne for centuries, knowing that the Sony is bringing many of its 'exclusive' games to the computer . Now, it sure looks like Bloodborne is finally, and truly, coming to PC.
Confirmation that Bloodborne is coming to PC
At the 1:31:13 mark, you can hear Nick Baker Confirming Bloodborne PC Port Is Ready .
Now this is obviously a big deal, because if production of Bloodborne PC port is now complete , it's just a matter of time before it's released. Now, of course, we don't have any more information other than Nick Baker confirming the port is made in his podcast.
Unfortunately, that means we don't have a release date, and we can only hear rumors about which developer is involved in this PC port.
That said, it seems 99% likely that Bluepoint is involved, as that they are currently working on a remaster of Bloodborne for the PS5 , as well as a bloodborne sequel for the same system.
Is the Bloodborne PC Leak Real?
Nick Baker has proven himself to be very respectable as a leaker, especially when he's so confident and clear in his statements, as in the clip above. Of course, every leak deserves its pinch of salt, but as far as leaks go, this Bloodborne PC leak is as reliable as it gets .
Also, Bloodborne is rumored to be coming to PC, so this port is expected. Plus, Sony has recently been going all-in when it comes to porting its exclusives: there are rumors that Ghost of Tsushima will make the jump to PC , while a PC version of God of War has already been confirmed.
If anything, it would be more surprising if Bloodborne somehow ended up not being released on PC. Recent rumors of a Bloodborne sequel also suggest that the franchise is hot, and that means the timing for a PC port is right.Read also
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How to play Bloodborne on PC without port
It's possible to play Bloodborne on PC, and it's really quite simple: Bloodborne is on PS Now , which is available for streaming games on PC. PS Now is Sony's own game streaming service, which can stream games on any PlayStation as well as PC, giving PC gamers access to PS3 and PS4 games.
To use PS Now, all you need is an active subscription, which requires you to have a PSN account. You can get a 7-day free trial of PS Now, which is undoubtedly enough time to finish Bloodborne.– or pay €10 per month or €60 per year.
If you have a decent internet connection and don't mind playing on a controller (who would like to play Bloodborne with mouse and keyboard anyway?) this is your only option to play Bloodborne on PC right now.
When will Bloodborne arrive on PC?
This is all guesswork, but I'm willing to bet that the Bloodborne remaster will be the exact version that's coming to PC. I'm also willing to bet that the Bloodborne remaster will be released simultaneously for PS5 and PC. .
As Nick Baker claims the PC version has already finished production, that would mean that Bluepoint is stalling on the version for a while, before releasing it. It could also mean that the PS5 remaster is already underway, which would make sense given that Bluepoint is rumored to be working on a Bloodborne sequel as well.
Unless the developer plans to not release this sequel until 2024, they can't in the early stages of all these games. Our guess: Bloodborne will release on PC in 2023.
If you're not familiar with Bloodborne, but you've read to the end of this article, then first of all: Congratulations. Also, it's time to tell you what Bloodborne: Pain is all about. Seriously. If you've ever heard of the term 'Souls-Like' then you probably know what to expect, you're going to die again and again and again and again.
In addition to dying, you will lose your equipment, some skills and be thrown back to the beginning of each level. In the case of boss fights, this means having to get through all the henchmen, before trying your luck with the boss again.
The good thing about it: you get stronger with every run, not necessarily because of your gear, but because repetition makes perfect. That's what Bloodborne is all about, and in that sense, it shares many similarities with games like Hades and Curse of the Gods .
Either way, this is a great time to be a PC gamer, as not only is Bloodborne seemingly coming back strong in 2022, but so is Elden Ring, though. Elden Ring has been delayed, FromSoftware's latest game is still releasing in February 2022 and will even have a testing phase in November.
If you are it sure is starting to feel like there has never been a better time to be a Souls fan than next year. Fingers crossed that there are no unexpected hiccups with any of these releases.