Bluepoint Games’ remake of Demon’s Souls is coming to PlayStation 5, and Sony debuted new gameplay of the next-gen sport throughout a livestream on Wednesday.

Demon’s Souls for PS5 was revealed in June. Sony says the remake has been “entirely rebuilt from the ground up and masterfully enhanced” for the next-gen PlayStation.

The authentic Demon’s Souls was launched for PlayStation three in 2009. The motion role-playing sport bucked sport design traits of the time, specializing in difficult gameplay and a stark narrative set in opposition to a dismal, medieval European backdrop. The participant assumes the position of a warrior exploring the kingdom of Boletaria, a land shrouded in fog and overrun by demons. Players should vanquish the demons all through Boletaria, consuming their souls to grow to be stronger earlier than dealing with the Old One, an historical evil.

Demon’s Souls’ uncommon mechanics and its groundbreaking multiplayer helped the sport discover a extensive viewers, regardless of its opaque design. Its success spawned the Dark Souls collection and helped sport director Hidetaka Miyazaki ascend to the place of president of FromSoftware. FromSoftware is at the moment growing a new sport, Elden Ring.