Bloodborne 2 has become an urban legend in the video game industry over the past years. Sony Interactive Entertainment is nowhere close to revealing anything about a potential sequel (Bloodborne 2) to the From Software classic, hints though indicate that something is stirring up. The president of Sony Worldwide Studio, Shuhei Yoshida has recently visited the studio’s office, raising suspicion over why such a visit happens in the first place.
Sony World Wide Studio President, Shuhei Yoshida has recently visited the From Software office, a move that is unlikely to happen if not for an ulterior motive.
The studio is behind Bloodborne, one of the best Playstation 4 exclusives and one of the first ones to take the flagship console to its peak. Bloodborne was loved by millions of players who now long for Bloodborne 2 to “join the hunt” once again. Is this the best timing for such a project? We bet it is.
Sekiro is out of the Picture
Now that Sekiro is out and From Software has one more title to be proud of, it’s the perfect time to revisit some of the classics. Dark Souls as a franchise is pretty much done as the studio revealed. That doesn’t mean that they wouldn’t want to revisit Bloodborne sometime.
An easter egg in their previous title Deracine featuring the Doll started rumors that Bloodborne 2 will become a reality and right about now, it seems highly possible.
One More Console Seller for From Software
Back in 2015, Bloodborne managed to become a console seller for Playstation 4, especially due to the fact that it was an exclusive souls-like title. Now that Sony is on the way of releasing Playstation 5, Bloodborne 2 would be an excellent launch title for their new machine. Taking all things into account, we can’t think of a better title to accompany PlayStation 5 at launch. Yoshida visiting From Software proves that something big is happening behind the scenes.
It might be some time before we get to see what From Software is planning and whether or not Bloodborne 2 is among them. We’ll hope that we might get a teaser at the Game Awards next week, although this looks highly unlikely.