Nightmare Kart, the now-legally-distinct, not-Bloodborne fan game has a release date—after a letter from Sony delayed the whole thing

An image of a cage-headed man in Nightmare Kart, with a little bird perched atop his head.

Lilith Walther, the genius behind that excellent Bloodborne PS1 demake, has been hard at work making Bloodborne—sorry, Nightmare Kart, changing the name after a letter from Sony. 

The whole fiasco, which forced Walther to remake the game’s shockingly large cast of Bloodborne characters, delayed the whole thing considerably since it was meant to arrive in January of this year. “Long story short,” Walther wrote back when the news hit, “I need to scrub off the branding … that requires a short delay.”