[UPDATE 2- 19/6/2020] Demons Souls Remastered was announced by Sony. Let’s take a look at a new screenshot featuring the Tower Knight, one of the title’s most iconic bosses.

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[Original Post – 6/6/2020] We probably have a Demon’s Souls Remake along the Bloodborne one.

All Soul’s fans have gone crazy about the PS5 Bloodborne Remaster. What if we tell you that there is also a rumour about a Demons Souls Remake?

According to the reliable Youtuber PC Gaming Inquisition, a PS5 remaster of Bloodborne is under development by Bluepoint Games in tandem with OLOC. The latter studio created Dark Souls Remastered and, now, is probably helping Bluepoint Games with the production of this new title. The new Bloodborne will run on 4K resolution and 60 FPS.

The good news are, the channel also states that a Demon’s Souls Remake will close the PS5 games reveal event. . Nibel and Wario64 also supported this speculation on Twitter teasing the release of these remastered masterpieces along with a video that is embeded below.

Keep in mind that Bloodborne will also arrive on PC, while the Demon’s Souls Remake remains a PS5 exclusive for now. We cross our fingers that these rumours are not a huge hoax and Bluepoint Games is, indeed, working on these two titles.

[UPDATE 1- 12/6/2020] Demons Souls Remastered was announced by Sony. Let’s take a look at some new stunning screenshots.

Not many details were announced about the Demon’s Souls remake, but we did get a look at the updated graphics, and Sony confirmed it is being developed by Bluepoint Studios and Japan Studio. According to the video description on YouTube, the Demon’s Souls remake features a new “Fractured Mode.” Players will also be able to choose between two graphics modes in the remake: “one focused on fidelity, and one focused on frame rate.” You can see some awesome screenshots of the game below.

[UPDATE 2- 19/6/2020] Let’s take a look at another new screenshot featuring the Tower Knight, one of the title’s most iconic bosses.

The screenshot looks awesome, and we are pretty sure that some fans will be happy to note that the Tower Knight’s surroundings appear to be more gloomy than they were in the trailer above.

In addition, you can check an old Bloodborne intro cinematic that we found. This month, we are  also doing our first site giveaway with Witcher 3, Green Hell and Fight of Animals (for Steam).

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