SUPPOSED TO BE ANNOUNCED BEFORE FEBRUARY 28
PlayStation welcomed the new generation of consoles with the release of a new version of Demon’s Souls, which was hosted by Bluepoint Games.
With its new console hungry for exclusive games, Sony will need all the help possible, and according to a recent rumor, it will soon acquire this studio.
Although it would not be unusual for this transaction to take place, there are still several unknowns that some alleged insiders have tried to unravel through various online forums.
A rumor began circulating a few weeks ago that PlayStation is in negotiations to acquire Bluepoint Games, the studio in charge of the Demon’s Souls remake.
What is striking is that more and more alleged insiders confirm this information, the most recent being MarsianRumpan, who provided some details through ResetEra.
Apparently, Demon’s Souls was the test that PlayStation put to the study to see its capacity, and when it gave good results it offered a deal, which consists of giving Bluepoint the opportunity to create a new IP.
Demon’s Souls showed that they have quality.
MarsianRumpan was so sure that the deal would happen before February 28, that he even asked that his account be banned if this did not happen, and in the end they have not released any news.
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The forum where the information was shared immediately requested the expulsion of the alleged insider when what he had said was not fulfilled; however, the moderator came out to defend it with good arguments.
He first mentioned that the pandemic delayed several businesses in the video game industry, but assured that there is enough evidence of the deal to consider it legit.
Not satisfied with this, he clarified that the measures to publish rumors were hardened in ResetEra, and now there has to be verifiable data before it can be shared.
So far PlayStation has not mentioned anything about acquiring Bluepoint Games, but it would be an interesting move in the face of the heyday of the new generation of consoles.