Some of the biggest talk around the town about From Software's PlayStation 4 exclusive is that the game is hard as nails. It's not a game you pick up, play and win the first time around without some kind of prior knowledge about how the game works. So imagine the surprise of many when one gamer managed to beat Bloodborne in only 44 minutes.
It looks like Bloodborne players are reporting a serious progression bug that pops up within the action game's online mode within a certain area.
A little over two hours into Bloodborne and it would appear to the casual observer that I've made basically no progress in the game. I'm still standing at the first save point, I only have a few items on hand and the blood I've collected, this game's form of currency, is effectively zero. Yep, this is definitely a From Software game, positively dripping with the same DNA that pumps through the Dark Souls universe.
Bloodborne's launch for the PS4 has mostly been a positive one. The game has been receiving some mighty high scores from critics and fans, but there's one minor problem holding the game back: loading times.
Bloodborne is here, and apparently it’s a rad, crimson-splashed trek through yet another top-tier action game from the folks at From Software. It’s also, apparently, pretty-dang difficult. Luckily, the folks at PlayStation have put together a collection of 24 tips to help you survive the night.
From Software's action RPG Bloodborne launched in North America today. Based on the early reviews, PS4 owners are going to be pleased with their exclusive.
Bloodborne looks to offer quite a bit of customization when it comes to combat. Now you can check out some of the cool tools of the slaying trade in the recently released “Cut You Down” trailer, timed perfectly to get everyone pumped for the PlayStation 4 exclusive’s launch next Tuesday, March 24.
From Software and Sony are prepping for the PlayStation 4's next big exclusive and that means that the game needs to start nearing the finish line of development. Thankfully for gamers (and probably as a relief to From Software), it's been announced that the PS4 exclusive, Bloodborne, has gone gold.
Some of the details on the Bloodborne multiplayer have been revealed, giving players a very exposed look at what the modes and features will be like when invading games, being invaded and grouping together to fight bosses.
A new trailer has been released for Bloodborne, this time focusing on one of the game's more least talked about features: the locations. The newest trailer gives gamers a two minute look at the locales that they will be visiting in Bloodborne, courtesy of IGN's First Look.
Bloodborne is due out in just a few short weeks and, to prepare the masses for the game’s unique blend of combat, the folks at From Software have put together a rather meaty video showing off the grisly combat moves you’ll be able to unleash.
The next game in the Dark Souls series could be very different thanks to some cutting-edge gaming equipment.
As we discovered a couple of weeks ago, Bloodborne is going to offer some cooperative monster hunting action in the form of “Chalice Dungeons.” Now we’ve got even more details as to what these challenging new missions will offer, including a handful of the dangerous creatures you’ll be going toe-to-toe with when the game launches on March 24.
Hoping to get in on the Dark Souls goodness this holiday season on Steam? Well, whether you're a long time follower or a newfound fan, you'll have to wait a bit longer if you want to play Dark Souls on PC without having to go through the hassle of dealing with Games For Windows Live.
If you were all excited and prepped to play Bloodborne on the PS4 in February, 2015 you better prepare to put on your disappointment cap and realize that you'll have to postpone your excitement by one whole month.