Hidetaka Miyazaki Hints at Potential Bloodborne PC Port: 'Not Opposed' to the Idea

The dream lives on for PC enthusiasts.

As my interview with FromSoftware's president Hidetaka Miyazaki for PC Gamer's Shadow of the Erdtree feature drew to a close, I couldn't resist asking The Question. You know the one - it's been on every PC gamer's mind during major gaming events since Sony began releasing its titles on Steam. When will Bloodborne come to PC?

Naturally, I wasn't the first to inquire about revisiting Bloodborne or creating a sequel; Miyazaki had previously told IGN that FromSoftware doesn't own the IP rights. "Unfortunately, as I've mentioned before, I'm not in a position to discuss Bloodborne specifically," he had stated then.

I took a slightly different approach: offering myself as the sacrificial lamb. I admitted I'd face consequences if I didn't ask, then acknowledged FromSoftware's lack of ownership over Bloodborne. But with millions of PC gamers still hopeful, I asked: Would Miyazaki personally like to see Bloodborne on PC someday?

This elicited laughter from the FromSoftware team - and a candid response.

"I'm certain these guys want a Bloodborne PC port," Miyazaki said, gesturing towards FromSoftware producer Yasuhiro Kitao and interpreter Bobby Simpson. "If I express my desire for one, I'll also face trouble. But it's not something I'm against."

Surprisingly, Miyazaki continued to elaborate on his answer.

"As one of Bloodborne's creators, my honest opinion is that I'd love for more players to enjoy it. Especially as it ages, becoming one of those past games lost on older hardware - I think any such game deserves a chance for more players to experience and revisit it. So personally, I'm definitely not opposed to the idea."

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