During the start of this new week, we received fresh rumors about the possible PS5 version of Bloodborne. According to a supposed leak, this will be called Bloodborne: Hunters Edition and includes various technical improvements and some new content.
Bloodborne: Hunters Edition coming to PS5 and PC
In the last few months, there has been a constant rumor that a new version of the role-playing game Bloodborne will be released on PS5 in a technically refreshed format. Recently, we found fresh rumors on this matter by a user called Demonite, an insider who confirmed the arrival of Bloodborne before its official reveal.
So, according to the insider, a new version of the action role role-playing game will be released with the name of Bloodborne: Hunters Edition, which will release on PS5. The same title will also release on PC, but only after 6-12 months.
It was also noted that the new version of the Bloodborne will contain all DLCs released at the time. Players will also get new expansion in the form of Cainhurst Castle and Cathedral Ward, including some new weapons as mentioned below.
- The Great One’s Touch (Left Hand)
- Impact Rifle – Double Barrel Shotgun (Left Hand)
- Cainhurts Flail (Right Hand)
- Cosmic Revolver (Left Hand)
- Kos Placenta (Right Hand)
- Coldblood Coil (Right Hand)
Also, the PS5 version of the game will have two display modes. The first mode will be the Quality Mode, which will offer a display in 4K/30 FPS and ray tracing shadows, while the other mode called Performance Mode will run the game in the native 1440p resolution, and which will be upscaled to 4K/60 FPS and lower resolution ray-tracing shadows.
The players will be also able to upgrade from the normal version of Bloodborne to the Hunters Edition for $20. In addition, players who have all the DLCs along with the main game will have to pay only $10. The owners of the Game of the Year Edition will get the upgrade for free.
Last but not least, the rumors about the Bloodborne: Hunters Edition are not been confirmed by the publishers at the moment, so take this news with a grain of salt for the moment.