Bloodborne, one of Dark Souls creators From Software's best games, is now available on PC. Legally, for real, today, from Sony themselves. Previously one of the best PS4 exclusives, if not the best PS4 game period, Bloodborne PC is now here.
So what's the catch? It's not available to keep. It's only available on Playstation Now, Sony's streaming service, which may be a catch too big for some people. Or alternatively, it may be the push they need to give Playstation Now a try.
Bloodborne is part of a batch of games coming to Playstation Now today as part of the September line-up, which also includes God Eater: Resurrection, Moto Racer 4, and Project Cars.
So what is Playstation Now? It's a subscription streaming service available on Playstation and PC that allows subscribers to stream and play games. There are a lot of great games available there, many of which aren't on PC. These include the Uncharted PS3 trilogy,The Last of Us, all God of War games apart from the most recent one, Until Dawn, Shadow of the Colossus, ICO, and even the mighty Red Dead Redemption.
Here's everything you need to know about Playstation Now, including how to get it working. We can't speak for every system, but we tried it ourselves when it first launched and it ran flawlessly, even using an Xbox 360 controller.
Is Bloodborne enough to get you to try Playstation Now, or are you worried it won't stream well on your system? There's a free trial too, but let us know in the comments below. We'd let our subscription lapse, but Bloodborne might make us sign up again...