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Bloodborne special anniversary re-release officially available for you to order now

Bloodborne special anniversary re-release officially available for you to order now

A perfect gift for all Bloodborne fans

Bloodborne is a truly special game, one the creator Miyazaki has recently said is one of his favourites in the FromSoft catalogue.

With millions of fans constantly wanting more news on the game and a possible remaster, each mention of the game feels like a tease and this fancy release is just that.

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To celebrate the 25th anniversary of the publisher Future Press, the company has produced a stunning 736 page guide to Bloodborne and its expansion, The Old Hunters.

This hardback book will be the ultimate guide to the FromSoft title and include hundreds of glossy images as well as a new interview with Hidetaka Miyazaki, but don’t expect him to suddenly drop news of a PC release or a remaster.

The book is perfect for super fans who hold this game near to their heart and it’s sure to contain some information that has slipped past you despite many playthroughs.

Future Press has had an ongoing partnership with FromSoft and together they have produced some stunning books for Elden Ring, as well as the Dark Souls trilogy.

Bloodborne is often hailed as one of the best games in the Soulslike genre yet it remains in a weird limbo where it’s still only available to play on PlayStation, likely due to licensing issues.

Fans have been begging for a sequel, a remaster, or a PC release for years and years - and it has fallen on deaf ears.

Miyazaki even hails the game as one of their best, and yet we still don’t see any movement on the franchise leaving fans to play the game over and over.

The Bloodborne Complete Edition Guide will be released in September 2024 and costs £49.99 including plenty of bonus content never seen before by fans. It feels like the perfect Christmas gift for any Bloodborne fan.

Featured Image Credit: Sony Interactive Entertainment

Topics: Bloodborne, Fromsoftware, PlayStation