As well as being a popular action RPG game, Bloodborne is a game that's known for having plenty of rumors surrounding it and the possibility of sequels. One person has taken a jab at this part of the game's culture with a tool that creates a randomly generated leak about the game.
Made by a Twitter user named @isbbonpc, an abbreviation for "Is Bloodborne on PC," is a simple random generation tool that chooses a variety of key words to fill in certain parts, creating a fake leak about the game. These leaks can be about sequels, remasters, and more, all of which depend on what you put in for your name. The leak you get is unique for each given name, so you'll have to put in different names to see other fake leaks. Here's an example of one such rumor:
Brian Renadette has a reliable source that Bloodborne: Complete Edition is going to be announced soon for Playstation 5 and PC. It is currently being developed by BluePoint and will release Q4 2021. It will feature new weapons and levels.
Aside from being a fun little web toy, the rumor generator was inspired by the tendency for rumors to spring up around where the Bloodborne universe is heading. Some might remember how last year the cancellation of a PS5 event led to the escalation of rumors that FromSoftware would be announcing a PC port for the game. Bloodborne came out over six years ago, and the game still has a thriving rumor base. Plenty of other PS4-exclusives, such as Death Stranding and Horizon Zero Dawn have found new homes on the PC, but Bloodborne is still PS4 only, which makes rumors surrounding ports all the more juicy.
The Bloodborne Remastered Rumor Generator can be found here. Bloodborne is available to play on PlayStation 4.