Sony owns all the rights reserved for Bloodbourne and so the decisions to develop a sequel let alone in its various aspects like details and gameplay mostly lie in their hands. Provided if it ever gets a chance of development. In a recent interview, with the game director, some interesting things got discussed. While the director Hidetaka Miyazaki did not even imply any sequel possibility, he did answers some interesting questions regarding the Bloodborne 2 details and the changes he would make if it ever got into development.

Courtest of ResetEra’s “Gbaraga” a rough translation was provided from Portuguese, where Miyazaki, when asked about the changes, said that he thinks that the details were limited in the previous Bloodborne and that is where he would focus on, given the opportunity for Bloodborne 2.

“I try not to think too much about which elements I’d improve after shipping a game. But I’d have improved on the Chalice Dungeons and the Blood Gems, that I wish were a bit more detailed, worked more thoroughly. I see the possibility of adding more to it.”

That said when asked about a Bloodborne 2 possibility, he added,

“Bloodborne 2… Unfortunately, it’s not up to me.”

Not taking any names but we can safely assume that he was referring to, Sony for being in charge of making such decisions. Be that as it may, this certainly does not stop the fans form sharing their love for this game. In fact, fans have gone above and beyond by organizing their own unofficial in-game Halloween event known as “Official Return to Yharnam”.

Will the game ever become a reality? Perhaps it just might on the next-gen PlayStation 5?

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