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(Updated) Bloodborne Is Coming To PC, According To Industry Insider

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Bloodborne is a game that the Souls fans love and adore and it always appealed to fans outside of PlayStation. Since Sony is starting to bring some of its exclusives to PC it isn’t too far fetched to imagine Bloodborne shedding its PS4 exclusivity. In fact, there is a leak around this topic, Bloodborne is coming to PC. Apparently, Bloodborne is b being developed for PC.  From Software’s gothic souls-like game will join Horizon Zero Dawn and Death Stranding on PC, becoming among the first major Sony exclusives to release on PC.

BLOODBORNE is currently in development for PC. I wanted to go ahead and get this to you guys who love to game on PC. This could take 10 months up to a year to get announced but other Sony games to PC might get announced first and this later! If you thought that Horizon was the only one coming to PC then prepare to get blown away. But yeah, do NOT take this as 100% confirmation and wait for official news! And of course, take every leak with a grain of salt.

As this is a sensitive matter and we do not want anyone to get into trouble if this does turn out to be true, we have not mentioned any names or added any links. This information was shared in a private group. The leaker went on to mention the following:

My sources are from the gaming industry and from the word’s most active gaming forum that is Era. Fully trust em on this one and have known them personally for a few years now. Peace out.

PS: If you know some people from foreign countries or from Era do not share this with them. This is only and only for you guys since this is a private group.

It didn’t sit well with Sony fans when Zero Dawn came to PC, how will they react when and if Bloodborne is announced? We’ll have to wait and see how this pans out. “Leaks” don’t always turn out to be accurate. The post, although it gives hope to Bloodborne fans on PC, it should be taken with a grain of salt. Back in 2015, Sony outright refused to port Bloodborne to PC but since then things have changed. Sony is bringing its exclusives to PC and Bloodborne is among the most asked for; it wouldn’t be surprising if Sony has actually reconsidered its plans for Bloodborne’s PC port.

Update: Sloth Mom, on Twitter has also mentioned that Bloodborne is in the works for PC.

The twitter user also mentioned that Bloodborne is not the only game that is coming to PC.

Moreover, back when Horizon Zero Dawn was announced Amazon listed Bloodborne for PC, although Sony later called the listing “not accurate” the company neither confirmed nor denied Bloodborne’s PC launch rumors. “We have made no announcements to bring these games to PC,” said Sony at the time. They say “when there’s smoke, there’s fire.” There is some smoke here for sure but we’ll have to wait and see if it’s genuine or just coming out of some “insider’s” behind.

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PC hardware enthusiast and avid gamer Talha Amjad has been creating content for more than 6 years now. He has worked with multiple brands and renowned websites. Tech and gaming are more than just work, they are a passion and way of life for him.

5 Comments

  1. sony players don’t actually care about bloodborne. if you look at sales numbers and trophy statistics, they either never bought the game or they bought it and played about half an hour of it. they would rather play movie games.

    • @hui low wei – Those are dumb statements which don’t reflect in reality, coming from hateful people.

    • What are you talking about?

      The platinum completion rate for Bloodbourne is 7%. That’s really high for such a difficult game, it requires multiple playthroughs.

      That’s a testament to the quality of Bloodborne.

    • I bought a ps4 for Bloodborne alone and would run through walls to get my hands on any FromSoft game. Your statement is just without merit.

  2. The only thing RetardEra is most active at is smearing people, policing people’s thoughts, banning any and all kinds of differentthink and courting pedophiles.

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