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PopWrapped | Gaming

'Bloodborne' Arrives In The U.S. And Europe In February 2015

Joe Callon | PopWrapped Author

Joe Callon

Updated 09/18/2014 10:37pm
'Bloodborne' Arrives In The U.S. And Europe In February 2015 | Bloodborne
Media Courtesy of playstation.com
 
Bloodborne Courtesy of playstation.com
From Software's latest title Bloodborne, which is currently in alpha stage, will release in the USA and Europe in February 2015, Sony has announced. The release dates come just a few days after the developer announced it would begin sending out alpha invites to users in Europe. The action RPG comes from the developers of Demon's Souls and its sequels, and has been set to release on February 5, 2015 in Japan. Today, we can officially say that U.S. and E.U. gamers will be able to get their hands on a copy of Bloodborne on February 6, 2015. Just one more day. The news has come out of the Tokyo Game Show, which is currently seeing a lot of new announcements pouring out of its doors. Along with the release date announcement, Sony have also released a new trailer for Bloodborne, specially made for TGS 2014. As you'll see, it features some of the currently unannounced online features of the game, which looks like it is sure to involve a co-op mode of some sort.
As well as all of this wonderful news, the collector's edition for Bloodborne has been unveiled by Sony, but the goodies will only come to the USA and Japan at this moment in time. The special edition will cost you $80 and nabs you the soundtrack to the game, an exclusive art book, and, of course, a steel collector's case. Are you excited for Bloodborne? Has the new trailer and announcements only just made you aware of the game?! Let us know!

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