Bloodborne Meets King of the Hill in Perfect Fanart Crossover

A fanart crossover has been created by an artist who cleverly and humorously reimagined King of the Hill characters as Bloodborne citizens. Although the FromSoftware animated sitcom and the classic FromSoftware cartoon may not seem to have much in common, Hank, Dale and Bill’s characters work well in the frightening world of Bloodborne.
Redditor Simwill_’s stunning artwork mimics the iconic opening of the show, which featured Hank and his neighbors enjoying beer. Hank is dressed as The Hunter and has a beer in his hand. Dale is the Skeptical Man, also known as the Narrow Minded Man. Bill has joined Cainhurst Vilebloods covenant and Boomhouer holds the boom hammer. This simple, yet clever image received over 4,000 upvotes by fans on the Bloodborne subreddit.

Since its inception in 2015, Bloodborne has been a favorite source material choice for talented creators and artists. Cosplays and fanart are especially popular because of the unique Gothic style that Bloodborne has. This makes it one OfSoftware’s most recognizable releases. Players are still waiting for Bloodborne 2 or a PC release, but others have been using the works as inspiration to create their own adventures in Yharnam. Although a Bloodborne 2 or King of the Hill official game is unlikely, fans can still imagine the fantasy thanks Simwill_’s fanart.
FromSoftware’s new title Elden Ring is still being developed. This gives the company the chance to expand the game’s appeal to more players, and make it more accessible for those who cannot get into Dark Souls. Although FromSoftware’s dark fantasy RPGs are a hit with fans, it has struggled to attract a wider audience.

Although it may seem like a bad idea for Dark Souls fans, if executed correctly, the move could result in a number of improvements even Souls enthusiasts may appreciate. To see the positive effects of improving quality of life, one only has to look at Capcom’s success in Monster Hunter World. FromSoftware has already taken steps to make Elden Ring more mainstream by making it an open-world game. However, Elden Ring requires more than just a larger box to appeal to Dark Souls fans.

Dark Souls games are often criticized for being too difficult. While some may feel that the challenge of Dark Souls games is part and parcel of their appeal, too difficult a challenge can sometimes be a barrier to entry. FromSoftware could stop such an issue in Elden Ring by implementing dynamic gaming difficulty balancing (DGDB). This would allow the game’s difficulty to change based on player performance. A simpler solution is to let players choose the difficulty level in Elden Ring before they start the game. This would allow them to adjust it while playing. This would allow people who might otherwise be put off by the difficult nature of Souls games to give Elden Ring another chance.
Dark Souls Games are difficult to get into

FromSoftware games can be frustrating for some, and challenging for others. Players are also subject to losing their in-game currency if they die in Demon’s Souls or Dark Souls. They must continue the difficult section until they reach a checkpoint or defeat a boss. In Elden Ring, players can reduce the currency that is lost after death or donate some of their currency to NPCs who are bank-like to keep it safe. In terms of losing progress, players could increase the number of checkpoints and place them nearer to difficult boss fights to encourage them to continue trying.

A survival mechanics feature would also be a popular option for mainstream gamers. You will spend a lot time exploring Elden Ring’s vast open world. What better way to make the most of your time than to hunt for and gather materials that can be used later to upgrade or craft equipment? Players will be able to create various items on the field, which allows them to spend more time outdoors and not have to return to Nexus-like areas whenever they run out of resources.

It is a good idea to try and please everyone. FromSoftware could be very successful if they opened up Elden Ring for new players, while still keeping the Dark Souls appeal. Whatever FromSoftware’s tried-and-true formula, they will have to appeal to new players if the company wants to expand their reach and grow their audience beyond Dark Souls fans.

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Rumor Bloodborne 2 Coming to PS5 Along With the First Game

Bluepoint Games was recently acquired by Sony. This studio is best known for creating critically-acclaimed remakes and other PlayStation games. Bluepoint Games announced that they were working on a brand-new game. However, it wasn’t clear if this was a new IP. According to the latest rumors, Bluepoint may be making Bloodborne 2 as their new game.
Colin Moriarty, host of the Sacred Symbols podcast, has this rumor. Bluepoint Games’ Moriarty stated that Bluepoint Games will bring Bloodborne 1 to PS5 and that they will release Bloodborne 2 once that is done. Moriarty stated that they are re-releasing Bloodborne for PS5, but that there will be a sequel to Bloodborne.

Many insiders and leakers suggest that Bluepoint Games is currently working on a Bloodborne remake or remaster for PS5, but few claim that Bluepoint’s next Bloodborne game will be a sequel. According to Millie A, a leaker, Bluepoint’s original game was on the same scale as Spider-Man: Miles Morales, Insomniac Games. This would be unlikely if they are truly working on Bloodborne 2.

It’s difficult to know who’s correct information until Bluepoint Games reveals the details. Many people claim that the studio is working on a Bloodborne remake. However, there is less evidence that the studio is planning to make a Bloodborne 2D. For now, fans will have to wait and see.

While some might not like the idea that a Bloodborne sequel is being developed by another studio than FromSoftware, From Software does not seem to be interested. According to reports, FromSoftware is developing a new PS5 exclusive title, which could be an original IP. However, that remains to happen. The studio is currently focusing on Elden Ring’s shipping, with the highly anticipated game due to launch in January.

It remains to be determined if Bluepoint Games will make Bloodborne 2 or something entirely different. It’s not even a year since the Demon’s Souls remake was released by the studio. However, it’s difficult to imagine that fans will receive answers any time soon. But hopefully they won’t have too much to wait to learn what’s next from Bluepoint Games.

Bloodborne is one of From Software’s most original creations in the Souls-like category. It’s still very popular, even though it’s over five years old. Bluepoint’s Demon’s Souls remake has been a constant request from Bloodborne fans, and they are always looking for leaks or rumors.

This makes it more likely that people will want to return to the original game. For anyone who is interested in giving Bloodborne a shot, there are some misconceptions that should not be taken as gospel.

Many people believe that all From Software games are slow like Dark Souls (and DS1), but that is not true. In order to make the first DS feel slow in combat, players had to decide when to attack. Those who chose poorly were punished. They had to be systematic in their decisions. This design choice still has an impact on new games to this day.

DS2 and DS3 however, are much faster by design. Sekiro Shadows Die Twice, Bloodborne, and Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice are completely different beasts. Bloodborne was specifically designed to encourage players to play in a different way than DS1. A player can lose their health if they are hit by an enemy. However, they can recover that health by hitting any nearby enemy enough times before the “temp heat” bar completely degrades. Bloodborne is therefore faster than Dark Souls and also more responsive.

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Bluepoint Games Rumored to Be Working on a Bloodborne Project

Since its launch in 2015, fans have longed to see Bloodbornereturn. Bluepoint Games is working on a Bloodborne remake that may allow fans to hunt again.

Bloodborneis an iconic title that was released early in the PS4’s life span. FromSoftware, creators of Demon’s Souls, and Dark Souls created Bloodborne. It redesigned the gameplay from those games and encouraged players to play aggressively, rather than defensively. It was in good standing with Sony before Bluepoint Games were acquired by PlayStation. This allowed for many classic games to be remade, including Shadow of the Colossus, and Demon Souls last year. Blast Master was the last original project of the studio, which has remained focused on remakes and remasters.

Colin Moriarty teased that Bluepoint Games might be making a Bloodborneremake. On Twitter, he wrote: “I’m hearing that Bluepoint Games may have been on a trip to Yharnam.” Yharnam, Bloodborne is the setting. It’s a decrepit, gothic metropolis that was once swarming in people but now teems with the sick and beasts. It confirmed that its next title will be a completely original title after it acquired Bluepoint. However, the latest rumors suggest that they are working on a remake and a new title.

Bluepoint Games’ Demon’s Souls remake was a clear indication of their ability to create a Souls-like title. The Demon’s Souls remake was able to improve the game’s mechanics so it can compete with Dark Souls while maintaining the original vision and atmosphere. There are rumors about Bloodbornesequels or remakes appearing every few months. However, With FromSoftware still hard at work on Elden Ring and multiple people claiming that a remake at Bluepoint Games is in the works, this is your best chance to see this beloved world once again.

Bloodborne will be the next game to get the remake treatment if this rumor is true. It is the remake of Naughty Dog’s Last of Us. This game was also released on PlayStation. Some feel that The last of Us and Bloodborne do not really need to be remade. The Last of Us may be a little easier to understand because it is a PS3 game. However, Bluepoint will most likely knock it out of its park with whatever project it is next.

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