The studio claims that it was approached by Sony a few days prior to the game’s scheduled release and that it will need to “wipe the branding off.”
We were so close to finally drifting on the cobblestone streets of Yharnam, but it appears that we will have to wait a little bit longer for Bloodborne Kart to arrive. In addition, when it finally arrive, it will be referred to by a different name. Lilith Walther, the developer who is responsible for the project, stated that the team must “scrub the branding” off of the game and postpone its release as a result of Sony’s intervention. It was scheduled to be made available for personal computers on January 31. In a message that was made on X, Walther stated, “This is a fan game no more!” The outcome is not exactly surprising, but it does indicate that the game will take shape in a manner that is quite different from what was originally envisaged.
The retro-style racing game Bloodborne Kart, which was initially conceived as a meme, has garnered a great deal of support from fans who have been eagerly anticipating the release of new Bloodborne material on the internet. Several people have made jokes in response to the most recent development, stating that the entire drama has compelled Sony, the company that owns the intellectual property, to really acknowledge the title for the first time in years. Earlier, Walther made available for free a “demake” of Bloodborne that was designed to seem like a PlayStation 1 game.
During the update that was posted on Friday, Walther stated, “So Sony contacted us.” “To make a long story short, we need to remove the branding from the game that was formerly known as Bloodborne Kart. This is something that we will undertake, but it will require a brief delay. Be at ease, the game is still on its way to being released! It will merely have a slightly different appearance.”
Single-player and multiplayer modes were supposed to be included in the game, and the developers intended to include twelve racers that were modeled by well-known Bloodborne characters. These racers would include The Hunter and The Doll from the Hunter’s Dream. There were going to be sixteen different stages and boss fights, which would allow you to compete against characters such as Father Gascoigne. It is a terrible shame that they won’t be able to carry out the first concept because it appeared to be fantastic; nevertheless, I have no doubt that they will transform it into something that is just as fantastic.
“To tell you the truth, we fully anticipated that something of this nature would take place, and the prospect of having complete creative control is quite exciting!” His name is Walther. As of right now, there is no announced release date for Bloodborne Kart; however, in the meantime, you may play the trailer for the game over and over again and fantasize about what we could have had.