His success proves he’s right: In a blog post yesterday, Sony published the most played PlayStation Now titles on PC from March 1st to June 1st, 2021. Right at the top is FromSoftware’s Bloodborne’s grueling gothic horror nightmare. Where is the long-awaited port? The leak that appeared a few months ago has yet to materialize.
After all, numbers speak volumes, even if Sony doesn’t come up with exact data. So it’s no surprise that Elden Ring, the next title from gaming company FromSoftware, will land on PC upon launch. But Bloodborne isn’t the only hit player on PC now that’s been widely enjoyed in March, April and May. Horizon Zero Dawn, The Last of Us, Marvel’s Avengers, and Detroit: Become Human are also among the most successful titles.
In addition, Sony also revealed the most played PlayStation 4 and 5 games on PS Now. Once again, Marvel’s Avengers and Horizon Zero Dawn crept into the top two spots on the podium, followed by Call of Duty: Black Ops III (although that was only available on PS now until April 29), F1 2020 and WWE 2k19. Unfortunately, there were no exact numbers here either.
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If after these dates Sony still refuses to give a port from Bloodborne (Buy now 19.99 ) To post on PC, then hops and barley are really lost. Or, says Mikulash, they were not given eyes.
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