In place of a Bloodborne remake or sequel, the next best thing is likely going to be Lies of P, that stylish and somewhat sultry action RPG that can't help but remind us of the mean streets of Yharnam... albeit one populated by clockwork automatons in place of blood-addled werewolves.

We got a few minutes of new gameplay courtesy of AMD, purporting to show off the power of their latest uber graphics card. While it is unlikely that Lies of P will look exactly like this on PS5, everything else about the game looks so darn good, and so that one small aspect can be forgiven.

While we don't have a firm release date yet, Lies of P is expected to release in 2023, with the vast majority of development having now been completed. It will apparently keep players busy for a while, too, with director Choi Ji-Won stating that an average playthrough will take around 30 hours, with that playtime running up to 60 hours for those who want to explore every nook and cranny.

Where are your hype levels at for Lies of P? Will we see another Bloodborne in our lifetime? Discuss all this and more in the comments section below.