E3 2014: From Software’s Project Beast revealed as Bloodborne in debut trailer [Update]Written by: / / 3 Comments
Bloodborne has been confirmed as a PlayStation 4 exclusive releasing in 2015.
According to producer Masaaki Yamagiwa, Bloodborne will “transport players to a dark and terror-filled gothic world, a world full of deranged beings and nightmarish creatures.”
Yamagiwa promises that Bloodborne will include expanded draw distance (presumably compared to Dark Souls games), with new lighting effects promised, too:
“In Bloodborne, the combat is based on intense life-threatening battles,” writes Yamagiwa. “One of the ways we are bringing that sense of danger to life is by keeping the deep strategic elements from Demon’s Souls, while also transitioning from the passive and block-and-attack style of Demon’s Souls to a quicker, more offensive and active combat style with close-range weapons and guns.”
We can also look forward to hearing more about the game’s online features this year, with “new kinds of online experiences” to let players “share their adventures” alluded to.
Bloodborne – Debut Screenshots
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From Software’s mysterious next game, Project Beast, has today been announced as Bloodborne during Sony’s E3 2014 press conference, as said to be a PlayStation 4 exclusive.
Watch the first horrific trailer for the game below:
Bloodborne – Debut Trailer
Bloodborne is out in 2015.
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