For years, fans of the popular PS4-exclusive RPG, Bloodborne, have been eagerly awaiting news of a potential PC port. Hidetaka Miyazaki, the president of FromSoftware, the studio behind Bloodborne, has hinted that he and many others at the studio are open to the idea of a PC port. Bloodborne, released in 2017 exclusively for PS4, is known for its challenging gameplay, intense boss battles, and deep secrets. Despite its popularity, the game has never been made available on other platforms, leaving PC players clamoring for a chance to experience the game.

In an interview with PC Gamer, Miyazaki expressed his personal desire to see Bloodborne reach a wider audience. He acknowledged that the studio staff also share this sentiment, indicating that there is internal support for a PC port. However, Miyazaki was cautious in his wording, noting that ultimately, the decision lies with Sony, the owner of the Bloodborne IP. Without Sony’s backing, FromSoftware’s intentions for a PC port remain speculative.

As Bloodborne approaches its 10th anniversary next year, fans are hopeful that Sony will recognize the potential for a PC port. The prospect of introducing the game to a new audience and revitalizing interest in this classic title is enticing. While Miyazaki’s enthusiasm for a PC port is encouraging, it ultimately depends on Sony’s willingness to invest in the project.

In the meantime, fans can only speculate and eagerly anticipate any announcements regarding a Bloodborne PC port. The potential for enhanced performance and graphical options on PC could further enhance the player experience and introduce a new generation of fans to the world of Bloodborne. As we wait for Sony’s decision, the excitement and anticipation for a possible PC port continue to grow within the gaming community.