RPG game Bloodborne, released exclusively on the PlayStation 4 platform in 2015, is on the agenda with an interesting project these days. The project, signed by an independent developer, is aiming to adapt bloodborne for PS1.
Developing Bloodborne PS1 version
A potential next-generation version of Bloodborne for PC is expected these days. However, a developer has set out to adapt From Software’s gothic-themed game to PS1. Clips have only been shared on Twitter so far about the project, produced by Lilith Walther, who has been trying to develop 3D horror games since 1997.
Walther said he will do his best with the project he is developing, and that it will not be easy to adapt Bloodborne, which is made with new technologies. Because it’s very laborious to make the images and dynamics of a game released in 2015 compatible with the PlayStation 1, which has overturned almost 30 years. It’s also a process that’s leveling quality. However, Walther is trying to make many traits from recording points to your character’s you in keeping with the original.
On the other hand, Walther isn’t the first to develop Bloodborne in a different way. Earlier, a designer named Max Mraz made the open-world game Yarntown, a production almost Zelda-like.
Finally, let’s also mention that the developer is working with Heartstrings Studios on a JRPG called Witch.