From Software, Japanese developer of Demon Souls and Dark Souls has announced that Bloodborne will soon be released on 2015.
This August, a playable version will be shown at the Gamescom Convention which will be held in Germany. Before the announcement, Bloodborne was simply known as ?Project Beast?.
According to a report from Digital Spy, Dark Souls Director Hidetaka Miyazaki, announced at a London PlayStation event that they are ?really working flat out to get this game out for early 2015?.
At E3 convention, gamers got their first look at the game through a cinematic trailer. ?Here’s?the trailer of this soon to be released RPG game with a dark gothic theme:
After Gamescom, From Software intends to introduce the game to other gaming conventions. Miyazaki said, ?We?re going to be there at all upcoming major game shows like Gamescom, where we?ll have our first hands-on demo on pods on the showfloor. There we can gauge first-hand the reaction to the game?.
While Bloodborne shares the same gothic theme with the Dark Souls series, the two games have no connection with each other. It has also no connection with Demon?s Souls as confirmed by Miyazaki.
The game?s story is set in a place called Yharnam which heavily draws inspiration to London during the seventeenth century. The game?s character will have an arsenal of weapons that includes saw cleavers and guns. Using these weapons, players will battle their way through mobs that had gone insane, and other terrifying creatures.
It is described as a strategy and action combat game.
The game is published by Sony Computer Entertainment. The game is being developed and can only be played on PlayStation 4. Sony has issued this official Bloodborne description:
?Face your fears as you search for answers in the ancient city of Yharnam, now cursed with a strange endemic illness spreading through the streets like wildfire. Danger, death and madness lurks around every corner of this dark and horrific world, and you must discover its darkest secret in order to survive.?
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