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Elden Ring: Graceborne is the closest we'll get to playing Bloodborne on PC

Elden Ring: Graceborne is the closest we'll get to playing Bloodborne on PC

Elden Ring players can experience Bloodborne 2.0 right now for free

Another day goes by where soulsborne fans like myself lament the lack of an official Bloodborne PC port.

While it seems several developers at FromSoftware would love to give Bloodborne another go, whether it be a quick touch-up remaster or a full-on remake, the final decision lies with Sony which owns the publishing rights.

Speaking of FromSoftware, Elden Ring: Shadow Of The Erdtree is finally available to the masses, and you can check out our review for it below.

Fear not though, because if you’re playing Elden Ring on PC, you can download this incredible expansion mod that basically turns the game into Bloodborne 2.0.

Elden Ring: Graceborne adds 22 new armour sets, 35 weapons, 17 trick weapons, and five guns to the game, so yes you can make the demigods eat lead.

Unfortunately, if you’ve downloaded the latest patch for the game, for the Shadow Of The Erdtree DLC, the mod won’t work, but you can revert back to the previous version of the game until the mod has been tweaked for the current version.

All in all, it basically makes Elden Ring the sequel to Bloodborne we never got, even though it is a bit strange to see one of the hunters patrol the Lands Between, blowing shrapnel into the faces of its various denizens and mowing people down with trick weapons.

The best part is it even adds the parrying and health-regen from Bloodborne, so when Malenia is charging you down, you have a much better chance of stopping her in her tracks than you would with Elden Ring’s parry mechanic.

If you’re a fan of Bloodborne, or just fancy playing Elden Ring in an entirely different way, don’t hesitate to try out this mod, as it’s the best you’re going to get until Sony decides to deliver the goods with a revamped Bloodborne port.

Featured Image Credit: Sony Interactive Entertainment, Bandai Namco

Topics: Fromsoftware, Elden Ring, Bloodborne, PC, Mods