Bloodborne is now available on PlayStation Now, which means you can now play Bloodborne on PC (sort of).
FromSoftware’s critically acclaimed game Bloodborne is now available on PlayStation Now (PS Now), with other titles also added to the service. For those who don’t know, PS Now is Sony’s cloud gaming service, which allows players access to a selection of PS2, PS3 and PS4 titles via a subscription.
PS Now is currently available on PS4 and PC, which means that the PS4 exclusive title can now be played on PC (albeit not natively). PS Now was previously available on PS3, PS Vita and various other Sony devices before being discontinued in 2017.
Bloodborne is an third person action role-playing game originally released in 2015. The player assumes the role of ‘The Hunter’, exploring the ancient city of Yharnam, which has been cursed by a spreading disease. The gameplay focuses on exploration and weapons-based combat, in a similar vain to FromSoftware’s Dark Souls franchise. So expect to die frequently.
As well as Bloodborne, nine other titles have also been added to PS Now:
- Aces of the Luftwaffe
- Alchemic Jousts
- Bard’s Gold
- Exile’s End
- God Eater: Resurrection
- Moto Racer 4
- Project Cars
- Shiness: The Lightning Kingdom
- The Dwarves
PS Now currently has a library of over 500 games with new games added every month. A PS Now subscription currently costs £12.99 a month or £84.99 a year. A free 7 day trial is available for anyone who hasn’t used the subscription before, so you can try before you buy.
For more information on PS Now, visit the official website.