Bloodborne makes its way to PC via demake PSX

blood borne finally Make its way to PC, but not in the way you expected. ‘demake’ released from FromSoftware’s gothic horror title at the beginning of the week. It’s now available for free at The game itch page, after spending about 13 months of hard work from its developer Lilith Walther (@b0tster on Twitter). The demake is an impressive feat in itself, and testifies to the dedication of FromSoftware’s fan base.

As of now, blood borne It only features Yharnam, the first region in the original game. Not to say it’s not an impressive feat, because there’s still a huge amount of content here to dig into. Players can experience the beginning of the game and play until they meet Father Gascoigne. The fight against the acrylic monster is also there, so there’s plenty to do. There are also some level changes based on the purposefully designed limitations of the PSX aesthetic. This means that even blood borne Fanatics may find a few surprises here and there.

Take a trip back in time to Yharnam

the blood borne The PSX version is filled with small details and nods to the fifth generation of games. When you start the game, you’ll even get the classic PSX screen that is sure to send some people rushing through some heavy nostalgia. You can even tinker with the graphical options, like choosing the CRT filter, frequency, as well as several smaller settings that let you tweak the image quality. Although it’s a demake game, you don’t have to play the game in retro mode if that’s not what you want.PSX Demake transfused blood

Most of the original gameplay mechanics here like dribbling, dribbling, along with a healthy dose of exploration. The controls have been drastically changed to fit their old design as well. The d-pad controls your character’s movement, while the triggers manipulate the X-axis of the camera. It takes some time to adapt, especially if you are used to navigating these environments with modern controls.

It’s funny that once you get used to them, it seems completely normal. Perhaps this is a testament to the timelessness of the original FromSoftware design. Much of the credit has to go to Walther, for she was able to re-adapt blood borne In a very creative way.

the blood borne PSX version is available for download now. It’s an unmissable experience for fans of the original game, and we hope it satisfies some of the cravings for a PC port.