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FromSoft Boss Miyazaki ‘Happy’ That All of Us Love Bloodborne

Bloodborne sickos, rejoice! While discussing the upcoming Elden Ring expansion, Shadows of the Erdtree, with Eurogamer, FromSoftware president Hidetaka Miyazaki spoke about how much the team values the beloved title and outlined what he believes makes a remaster or remake valuable. Despite the tenor of the conversation, Miyazaki wouldn’t betray a hint as to whether the Bloodborne remaster everyone keeps hoping for is a reality or not.

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When asked about the possibility of a remake or remaster, Miyazaki skillfully dodged the question, instead relaying to Eurogamer how heartened the team has been because of its ongoing reception. He claims that Bloodborne is a “title we hold very dear and just as much as our fans,” and mentions how he was personally “happy to see that there are still so many people passionate about it” so long after its release.

However, Miyazaki would not divulge potential news of a remake or remaster, but did grant some insight into why a remaster might be a consideration after some time away from Bloodborne. He specifically points to the Demon’s Souls remake (which came out 11 years after the game was first released) and the increased capabilities of hardware as a driver for such projects. “I think having new hardware is definitely a part of what gives these remakes value…However, I wouldn’t say that’s the be all and end alI. 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 that accessibility is important. I think that can be the driving force between bringing an old game to a new platform.”

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