Bloodborne Achieves 60FPS/1080p on PS5 with a Game-Changing Mod
A modder achieves impressive results: Bloodborne, running at 1080p/60 FPS on PlayStation 5!
For years, Bloodborne fans have been hoping for a remaster that could bring the game’s performance up to speed. While there’s no official announcement yet, modders continue to explore possibilities. Lance McDonald, a renowned PlayStation modder, has made a significant breakthrough with Bloodborne running smoothly at a native 1080p resolution and a flawless 60 FPS on the PlayStation 5.
McDonald, known for his work on the PT demo and dissecting Bloodborne’s code, has demonstrated his expertise once again. His recent gameplay video showcases a remarkable fight with Father Gascoigne, revealing the game’s improved performance on the PS5. It’s important to note that there is no upscaling involved, highlighting the game’s native resolution and perfect frame rate.
Despite the community’s anticipation and speculation about an official remaster, there’s currently no concrete information from Sony or From Software. However, the recent release of Ratchet & Clank: Rift Apart on PC has sparked hope for a potential PC port of Bloodborne in the future. While it remains uncertain, Sony’s willingness to bring older exclusives to PC gives fans a glimmer of possibility.
As the Bloodborne community eagerly awaits any official announcements, modders like Lance McDonald continue to push the boundaries and enhance the gaming experience for players. Their efforts keep the hope alive for those craving a definitive version of this beloved From Software classic.
Check Out Lance’s 1080p demo below (Credits: Lance McDonald)
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