Demon’s Souls PS4 remaster teased

The game that started it all for From Software’s Souls series could be set for a resurrection.

Demon’s Souls was released exclusively for the PS3 in Japan back in 2009, before heading to UK shores the following year.

Of course, it then saw a set of spiritual successors in the form of Dark Souls and Dark Souls II, which expanded the franchise to Xbox and PC.

From Software returned to PlayStation exclusivity with a spiritual successor to that spiritual successor, Bloodborne, earlier this year.

Originally launched on PS3, Xbox 360 and PC, Dark Souls II was also remastered for PS4 and Xbox One in the form of Dark Souls II: Scholar of the First Sin.

A third Dark Souls title – said to be the last in the series – is set for release early next year.

But From Software could also be set to return to the origins of the Souls franchise soon, if a cryptic tweet is anything to go by.

Posted on the official Bloodborne Twitter account, the caption-less image shows multiple versions of Bloodborne – including this month’s new Old Hunters Edition, which includes the eponymous DLC pack – underneath a copy of Demon’s Souls.

It might be enigmatic, but the move certainly raises eyebrows – especially given the close proximity of the upcoming PlayStation Experience event on December 5th and 6th. Could a PS4-exclusive remaster of Demon’s Souls be on the way?

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