Ever wondered what a map of Yharnam looks like? Reddit user Hypnotyks made a fantastic map showcasing the various districts of Yharnam and how they all connect, essentially giving you a pretty cool bird’s eye view.
I want something like that on my wall made out of some authentic material. Would be awesome.
Definitely. Really shows the brilliance.
My mind blew out my ears when I climbed up that ladder into the graveyard.
I spent ages at the beginning of the game trying to find a way through that gate! xD
lol I was starting to wonder if it was meant to be opened or if it was even important.
Just goes to show the awesome level design put into this game :D
Wow, that's awesome! Bloodborne probably has the best universe of any of the Souls games, but I wish it had had a better ending.
I guess I'm the only one kinda disappointed after seeing this map, that Bloodborne's world is not as seamlessly connected as Dark Souls' one?
Yea I guess you are. It's a mesh of the level design between Demon's Souls and Dark Souls, which I think is great.
Having never played Souls game before ... Bloodborne reminded me of Super Metroid. That feeling of being lost but slowly and surely learning this world and how everything is connected. I love this style of level design. Love the game. I need to track down Dark Souls 1 which I heard is similar unlike Dark Souls 2.
My mind was blown when I discovered that path from Yahar'gul back to Old Yharnam.
I had so many times when I found a shortcut and I felt like a lightbulb went on over my head and I literally said "Oooooohhhhh!" The level design is fantastic in this game. Its amazing that except for a few relms that you are transported to, you could run across the whole map without a loading screen and that represents 50+ hours of gameplay. I wonder how long it would take me to run from Byrgenwerth to Yahar'gul in one go and if I could make it without dying.
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