Bloodborne is one of the biggest PlayStation exclusives developed by FromSoftware and published by Sony Computer Entertainment. As of now, Bloodborne is available for the PlayStation 4. However, you can access this game through PS5 using backward compatibility. Backward compatibility is the ability of your PS5 to access or run a game that has been running on the previous generation(PS4). If we look at the release date of Bloodborne, it came out in March 2015. Since then, the game has been ruling the heart of fans with its dark but immense gaming style. Following this, many players have upgraded from the PlayStation 4 to a PlayStation 5 and want to continue playing the game on their new devices. But, enjoying Bloodborne without 4K and 60FPS on a PS5 is rather not very immersive. So, players are also wondering if there is a Bloodborne PS5 upgrade (4K, 60 FPS) release date.
Bloodborne PS5 upgrade (4K, 60 FPS) Release Date: When it will be available?
It is natural to expect more from a game when you upgrade your hardware. For example, many games are currently doing very well on PS5 with backward compatibility. PS5 is also a massive upgrade to PS4, and therefore whenever a gamer shifts from the latter to the former, they expect excellent performance and very detailed graphics. However, sometimes even when the hardware is capable enough, the limitations of its usage are capped due to the lack of software support. This is the same case with Bloodborne.
Even though the game has detailed graphics, the highest mode you can run it on your PS5 is still at 1080p 30FPS. This means, even though the game is running at a high resolution, players still can’t get ultra HD graphics with a high frame rate support. Unfortunately, there has been no official declaration from Bloodborne devs about the release of a PS5 Upgrade featuring 4K and 60FPS capabilities. Therefore, until an official patch comes from the developers, you will have to play the game at its native resolution and in 30FPS.
We can also assume that as the game is currently doing well in its current state, the developers may not be thinking of upgrading it for the PS5. Regardless of that, whenever news hits about the release date of the new patch with upgraded resolution and frame rate, we will be updating this article. On this note, do not forget to visit Androidgram for the latest updates in the world of tech and gaming.