- Isle of Wight, UK
And who said they were making a sequel?, I was saying that a second chapter to Bloodborne should be expected for ps5, nothing more, specially as a launch tittle, for then seeing that it is gonna be just bloodborne1 port. Yeah elden ring and demon soul port instead. That is not Bloodborne, probably the greatest ps4 exclusive, being this last one another reason to expect a sequel. Because Bloodborne is exclusive to Playstation, whereas the other soul-like games are not with the exception of demon souls, which is also gonna be a ported remake.
I don't know, because Bloodborne has been without a doubt the best game I've played this gen on the ps4, and probably best souls ever along with ds1?
What to say to this. Because literally every single playstation user is also expecting a sequel to it at some point perhaps?
Nothing has been talked avout sequels or remasters. A remastered Bloodborne as far as I know is nothing more than a rumour at this stage.
Basically what Magpie said, mate.
Don't get me wrong, I love Bloodborne - I LOVE it. But From have always been pretty quick to distance themselves from the idea of a sequel. It's a question that comes in front of them a lot, obviously, as a lot of people clearly love the game like we do.
I don't get how, in light of the fact it's now 5 years and two full titles since Bloodborne, you'd still be expecting another Bloodborne title when we already know exactly what the next project is.
For what it's worth on the speculation side - I see From's last few years as a statement of intent that they do not want to be shoehorned into making a Dark Souls sequel every year. DS3 on every level - story, themes, etc - killed off the series and the universe beyond a shadow of a doubt. It's worth noting that after Bloodborne, From didn't really want to make DS3 very much.
I see that game as a statement of intent, especially considering the title that follows (Sekiro) is quite unlike it, and even unlike Bloodborne.
My suspicion is that Elden Ring will contain elements of Bloodborne, DS3 and Sekiro mechanics. Just because they aren't going to make a sequel, doesn't mean they aren't aware of how highly regarded Bloodborne is, and I'm sure they have put a ton of effort into understanding what made Bloodborne so successful.
TL;DR: Wait for Elden Ring. It will kick ass.