Bloodborne fans certainly weren’t struggling to get treats this Halloween as Lilith Walther unveiled the release date for the highly anticipated Bloodborne PS1 demake, Bloodborne PSX.
The project, being developed in Unreal Engine 4, is set to release on January 31st, 2022 and will be completely free. Alongside this, the full release will cover the entire Bloodborne title up until the Father Gascoigne boss fight but will include various bonus post-game content and extended areas.
Along with this Walther has confirmed that players will be able to completely edit the cathode-ray tube (CRT) effects including the option to remove the feature entirely. The game’s source code will also be made available for free online a few months after the titles initial release which means we may see someone pick up the project in the future and possibly continue on what appears to be some already amazing work done by Walther.
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