We’d like to thank everyone in the Bloodborne community for their continued feedback and support. We’re humbled by your dedication.
The wait is over: Bloodborne is now available in North America. Please find below a special message from game director Hidetaka Miyazaki:
Okay, let’s make this 100% clear. When it comes to the Souls series – and the work of creator Hidetaka Miyazaki in general – I’m a proud, unabashed fanboy and I’ll happily assault anyone who comes within shouting distance with irrefutable testament. Duly, with From Software’s latest effort – the deliciously dark action epic Bloodborne – just a few days out from launch, I’ve got one last chance to jump on my sandbox and bang the drum ;)
Hello PlayStation Nation! Today I’m very happy to introduce our next set of Limited Edition PS4 faceplates from our Project SkyLight Beta program. Our goal is to help you customize your console with some great designs, and we have two more to help you do just that!
Hello, PlayStation fans! We’re just a few days away from the launch of Bloodborne, and the team at Japan Studio and From Software couldn’t be more excited about the fans finally getting to experience this game for yourselves. To tide you over these last few days, I’m here to share some brand new information about some of the game’s customization and leveling, as well as the 90-second extended cut of our TV commercial.
This video showcases a new area in the game, culminating with a confrontation with the mysterious and fearsome hunter Gascoigne. It also demonstrates some of the expanded scope of multiplayer interactivity fans can expect.
It’s hard to believe that just a little over one year ago many of you embarked on a grand journey with one of PlayStation’s newest heroes, Knack. As a producer, it’s been my pleasure to hear so many heartwarming stories of fans playing together with their families and friends, searching for special relics and tackling the larger than life story within PS4’s first exciting year. From the bottom of my heart, thank you for your support.
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