“What the f**k did Bloodborne do to Sony?”: Nobody Is Surprised At Which Former PS5 Exclusive Is Being Ported To PC Next

The streets of Yharnam are still waiting to be cleansed!

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  • A disputed leaker confirms God of War Ragnarok as the next PlayStation exclusive heading to PC, which is disappointing
  • Fans hoping for a Bloodborne port question Sony's reluctance to acknowledge the game's PC potential.
  • Demon's Souls and other titles mentioned in the 2021 Nvidia GeForce Leak are also missing.
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Bloodborne is still nowhere to be seen as leakers announce the next PlayStation exclusive that will be released on desktop devices.

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The answer isn’t a surprise to anyone, and it’s a happy occasion for many. However, it’s just made people wonder more and more—what does PlayStation’s parent company have against the PS4-exclusive FromSoftware title?

It’s Not Bloodborne, but the New God of War Being Ported Next

Desktop players can finally enjoy Ragnarok in all its glory
Desktop players can finally enjoy Ragnarok in all its glory

Reputed leaker billbil-kun has confirmed what most of the community had already predicted; God of War Ragnarok will be the next PlayStation exclusive to make it to desktop devices.

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The news is great to hear; the first game did amazing on Steam, with a February 2023 sales presentation leak showing that it sold 2.5 million units on the platform.

The same year the port was released, the series’ sequel dropped on the PlayStation 5, and many had assumed it would sooner or later be ported as well.

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According to the dealabs report, it is estimated that the port will officially be announced sometime in May 2024.

However, all’s not well in the gaming community.

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There’s no problem with the sequel being ported, of course, but many are wondering why PlayStation’s parent company refuses to acknowledge the existence of arguably one of the best PS4 exclusives, Bloodborne.

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Unfortunately, it’s highly unlikely that the FromSoftware title will ever see the light of day on a desktop unless it has a PlayStation 5 port first (which isn’t looking too likely in the first place). It could be released as a PS6 launch title, more than anything.

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With rumors of a movie based on the game swirling around, it might be that a remaster will be announced around the movie’s release. This is just speculation and not a guarantee.

There’s More PlayStation Exclusives That We’re Still Waiting For

Bloodborne isn't the only FromSoftware title missing a desktop port
Bloodborne isn’t the only FromSoftware title missing a desktop port

According to some Reddit sleuths, the only PlayStation 5 titles aside from Ragnarok that are still waiting for a port are Demon’s Souls, The Last of Us 2, and Gran Turismo 7.

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Some speculate that The Last of Us 2 will be released closer to the release of the TV show’s second season.

Regarding a Bloodborne port, while some people have accepted that it probably won’t be happening any time soon, there’s concern over the other PlayStation-exclusive FromSoftware game that hasn’t had any news yet—Demon’s Souls.

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The Demon’s Souls Remake was developed in collaboration with Bluepoint Games and PlayStation’s now-defunct Japan Studio.

No one’s sure what the legal situation looks like between the involved companies, but many suspect that this is why there’s not been any news of a desktop port yet.

What makes the situation even more weird, is that the infamous 2021 Nvidia GeForce Leak, which has been mostly accurate so far, had mentions of Demon’s Souls. Yet, there’s still no mention of it.

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What do you think is holding up the ports for these FromSoftware titles? Let us know in the comments below!

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Written by Vibha Hegde

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Vibha is an avid gamer that has been in the content writing space for over three years. With a Bachelors in Computer Applications, Vibha chooses to explore their passion for pop culture and gaming. When not hunkered over a controller trying to beat the Demon of Hatred in Sekiro, you can find Vibha relaxing to jazz during a digital painting session.