Bloodborne PS1 Demake Developer Announces Bloodborne Kart


The developer of the popular Bloodborne PlayStation 1 demake has announced their latest project: Bloodborne Kart.

Very little else has been said about the game, but developer Lilith Walther, known as b0tster on Twitter, announced the news with a trailer.

It shows the Bloodborne hunter walking towards a steampunk-style bike, a nod to the famous Akira poster, before “Bloodborne Kart” flashes on-screen.

The announcement came on the seventh anniversary of Bloodborne. Walther said Bloodborne Kart will be released “when it’s ready” – the Bloodborne demake took 13 months to develop.

The internet has been oddly intrigued by the prospect of a Bloodborne kart game for years, and various other fan projects have sprung up in that time. However, this latest announcement has already garnered more traction than most following the success and popularity of the Bloodborne demake.

Released in January as a surprisingly complete experience, it transports players back to the 1990s for a D-Pad controlled version of Bloodborne, complete with chunky polygon werewolves and PS1-style fog that only adds to the atmosphere.

It’s free to download on, which means Bloodborne Kart will likely be a free-to-play game too, although Walther hasn’t confirmed if that will be the case yet.

Ryan Dinsdale is an IGN freelancer who occasionally thinks about tweeting @thelastdinsdale. He’ll be talking about The Witcher all day. Bloodborne PS1 Demake Developer Announces Bloodborne Kart

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