Submitted by Sharius 482d ago | interview

Bloodborne’s Victorian inspirations influence both setting and gameplay

Sony approached him asking if he wanted to work on another game with them for their then-upcoming PlayStation 4, an offer that he happily accepted as someone already keen to collaborate with them again. As such, he states that Bloodborne had always been planned to be a PlayStation 4 game from the start. (Bloodborne, E3, Hidetaka Miyazaki, PS4)

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