Sony acquired Demon Souls remake studio Bluepoint Games

Sony acquired Bluepoint Games, the studio responsible for the remake of “Devil’s Soul”.

The acquisition news is today PS Blog Written by Herman Hulst, head of PlayStation Studios.


“We are very happy to officially join PlayStation Studios,” Bluepoint President Marco Thrush said in a statement.

“Since we first established our studio in 2006, Austin, Texas has always been Bluepoint’s base camp. Now we are a team of nearly 70 super talented creatives, and it’s still growing. Although The studio has indeed grown in the past 15 years and our cultural beliefs remain unchanged-always challenge the limits and create the highest quality games while having fun. The focus on culture has played an important role in our success and we are very happy PlayStation Studios has a similar culture and vision.

“PlayStation has such an iconic game catalog. For us, there is nothing better than bringing some game masterpieces to new players. Being a member of PlayStation Studios enables our team to further improve quality standards and create more impact The power experience is the PlayStation community.

“Thanks to everyone who has supported us over the years-we can’t wait to bring you more exciting games in the next chapter of Bluepoint Games.”

Back in June, when Sony announced the inclusion of Housemarque, PlayStation Japan accidentally leaked the news of the acquisition.

But this is not the first time we have heard of the possible acquisition of Bluepoint. Rumors about this possibility began to circulate in the fall of 2020, and then spread again in February this year.

Bluepoint has a long history with Sony, having re-produced the “God of War” and “God of War 2” for the God of War series, the “Ico and Shadow of the Colossus” series, “Flower”, “Uncharted Waters: Nathan Drake” series, etc. Games, including Uncharted 1-3, and Gravity Dash.

It is also the studio responsible for Metal Gear Solid HD Collection and PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale.