Bloodborne: Upcoming Patch to Reduce Loading Times

By   /   Mar 24, 2015

From Software is working on a Bloodborne patch that will improve overall performance of the game, as well as reduce loading times for players, Sony has announced.

“The development team is currently exploring another patch for Bloodborne, seeking ways to improve load time duration, in addition to other performance optimisations and miscellaneous bug fixes,” reads a statement offered by the company to IGN. “We will provide more information as soon as possible.”

Reports state that the first time players die in Bloodborne, they have to wait a considerable 40 seconds or longer in some cases to respawn. The times get normal after that, yet there are conflicting reports at that.

Bloodborne was released yesterday to an amazing reception. The game has pretty much scored a beefy 9/10 from every major publication, with some even giving it a perfect score. This makes it the best game to land on the PlayStation 4 yet, an honor that most were expecting to be bestowed on The Order: 1886.

In other news, a PC version of the game was listed today on Amazon France.

Previous statements from the developer have always said that a PC version is never going to happen. The listing could be an error, or Bloodborne will surprise everyone and land on the PC later this year or the next.