Bloodborne Kart: first gameplay of a dream that is reality shown

Bloodborne Kart: first gameplay of a dream that is reality shown

Bloodborne Kart

The last few days have been full of very interesting video game announcements. One of these is not an official project, but this does not mean that it does not deserve attention, on the contrary, quite the opposite. Let's talk about Bloodborne Kart, the long-dreamed arcade driving title set in the universe of the exclusive PlayStation developed by FromSoftware. Now, after a surprise announcement, the fan-made title is shown in action for the first time.

The project is being carried out by the same author of the Bloodborne demake in style before PlayStation, which, after that much appreciated fan-made tribute, has decided to make one of the dreams of fans of the exclusive PS4 come true. We had only seen a very short teaser of Bloodborne Kart, but a few hours ago the author of this brilliant project wanted to raise the stakes by showing us a first gameplay of the game.

landing air visceral boosts with the whirligig wheels is so satisfying

-️‍⚧️ (ps1 goth girl) BLM ACAB (@ b0tster) March 30, 2022

At the moment we don't know when Bloodborne Kart will be released, but the author of this very curious fan-made project has already stated that everything will be released when it is ready. Obviously, as with the Bloodborne demake, this title will also be released in the form of a free game.

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‘Bloodborne Kart’ reimagines FromSoftware’s classic RPG as a PS1-era arcade racer

A hunter must hunt, and so too must they race, according to the creator of the recently released PS1 “demake” of FromSoftware’s classic 2015 action role-playing game. This week, Bloodborne PSX developer Lilith Walther announced she’s working on Bloodborne Kart, a project she plans to release “when it’s ready.” As you can probably guess from its title, Bloodborne Kart looks to reimagine the sprawling city of Yharnam as the setting for an arcade racer.

The teaser Walther shared didn’t include much in the way of gameplay, but we do get to see Bloodborne’s protagonist and their slick new motorcycle depicted in the iconic pixelated style of a classic PS1-era game. In an interview with Kotaku, Walther said she hopes it won’t take her as long to finish Bloodborne Kart as it did her original demake. That’s due in part to the fact she already has existing assets and code to work with. In the meantime, you can follow her progress in an ongoing Twitter thread dedicated to the project’s development.