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Bloodborne Has Officially Gone Gold, All Set for March 24 Release
We have some exciting news for Bloodborne fans, the game has officially gone gold. Meaning the development is complete, there aren’t any delays and the data is sent for mass production.
Confirmation came via a tweet from the Bloodborne Gone Gold event in Tokyo.
— That Kid Chris™ (@That_Kid_Chris) March 12, 2015
The tweet also shows a couple of cool Bloodborne themed PS4’s which are exclusive to Japan. One of them is glacier white, while the other is similar to Bloodborne’s box art in design. Prices of these special edition consoles stand at around $400 USD.
It’s been over an year since PlayStation 4 came out and apart from Resogun and Infamous, I can’t think of anything noteworthy. Sony is yet to make an impact with their exclusives line-up. Driveclub was disappointing, The Order 1886 failed to live-up to hype, so a lot is riding on Bloodborne.
From the looks of it, Bloodborne seems be a great game. Edge magazine called it “brital riposte” for those who think they have seen it all.
That’s encouraging to hear and it’s unlikely that From Software will slip-up. Bloodborne seems to be one of those games which are destined for success even before release.
However, we’ll know for sure once the game is available for Sony’s PlayStation 4 on March 24 in North America and March 25 in Europe. Meanwhile fans in Japan can expect the game on March 26th.
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