Demon Souls Remaster May Be Coming to PS4

It appears to be like like a Demon Souls remaster could also be coming to 4. During a brand new episode of Sacred Symbols: A PlayStation Podcast, host Colin Moriarty — a former IGN editor with an extended and notable historical past of reporting on PlayStation — seemingly teased {that a} remaster for PS4 is just not solely within the works, however could also be introduced very quickly.

“There was one sport specifically, a remaster popping out for , that I believed they [Sony] had been going to announce at present [at State of Play], however they did not. I do not know what they’re ready for with that one. Let’s simply say the soul nonetheless burns with that one.” Upon saying this, Moriarty set free a refined, teasing chuckle, drawing consideration to his trace, earlier than the dialog moved on.

As you’ll be able to see, Moriarty by no means outright names Demon Souls, however it’s fairly apparent what he’s getting at with the “soul still burns” half. And when you think about the rumors — and earlier proof — that has been pointing to a Demon Soul’s remaster for awhile now, nicely it turns into more and more apparent what Moriarty is suggesting. The query is: who’s making it? Well, the aforementioned proof — which is a time period I’m utilizing considerably loosely — factors to Bluepoint, the makers of the Uncharted: The Nathan Drake Collection, the Shadow of the Colossus, and different PS4 remasters. In the previous, Bluepoint has alluded to its subsequent mission as being its greatest but. Further, the studio teased that it believes followers will likely be very receptive to what it has cooking up.


Of course, take all of this with a grain of salt or two. Not solely is there no official info right here, however there’s additionally a hunk of hypothesis. In different phrases, do not go betting your home on the bookies on this one. The solely factor worse than there being no Demon Souls remaster, is being homeless in a world the place there is not any Demon Souls PS4 remaster.

Anyway, as at all times, be happy to drop a remark or a hot-take within the feedback part or, alternatively, hit me up on Twitter @Tyler_Fischer_ to discuss and speculate all issues PlayStation.

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