There are more rumors that Sony will buy Bluepoint studio

Over the past six months, there have been many rumors that Sony is negotiating to buy Bluepoint studio, but until the current moment they have no solid foundation – no reputable journalist or media outlets have not had time to pick up and confirm them yet. However, the discussion is still ongoing: the popular branch on the Resetera forum has been discussing the information of MarsiPanRumpan user since November 12, who is so confident in his information, that made a bet – if the deal is not announced until February 28, he will forever be amused on the site. According to his information, Bluepoint wants to make a game on new intellectual property, while the team does not mind simultaneously making new remakes.

With Sony, the studio has a relationship, and it is ready for a takeover. And yesterday the administrator of the Transistor forum noted that many sources are talking about the deal, โ€œso, most likely, it will happen โ€” now it‘s only a matter of time.

โ€ Bluepoint is best known for remasters and remakes of various well-known games. The studio has worked on Metal Gear Solid HD Collection compilations for PS3 and Xbox 360, God of War Collection for PS3, The Ico & Shadow of the Colossus Collection for PS3 and Uncharted: The Nathan Drake Collection for PS4.

The last two developer projects were already full-fledged remakes – these are Shadow of the Colossus for PS4 and Demon’s Souls for PS5. The November release was rumored to have definitively convinced Sony of the need to acquire Bluepoint.

A deal is already unlikely to be announced before the end of the month but, if indeed true, hope to hear about it in the coming weeks. According to rumors, by the way, Bluepoint is now working on a remake of some part of Metal Gear Solid.

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