Bloodborne Tokyo Game Show 2014 Trailer, Collector’s Edition Announced

Thursday, September 18th, 2014

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Bloodborne - Collector's Edition | oprainfall

Sony not only released a new trailer for Bloodborne at this year’s Tokyo Game Show, but have also announced a Collector’s Edition for it.

From the PlayStation Blog:

Today, we’re happy to announce that fans will be able to experience Bloodborne’s unique blend of gothic horror, terrifying enemy designs, fast-paced offensive combat (complete with brutal transforming weapons), RPG character customization and progression, and unique online features on Friday, February 6th, 2015, exclusively on PS4.

We’re also happy to reveal the Collector’s Edition for Bloodborne, also available on February 6th, 2015, which will include a special Steelbook collector’s case, an exclusive premium art book featuring stunning concept art from the game, as well as the complete soundtrack featuring all of the haunting music from the game’s score. The Collector’s Edition will be available for $79.99 at participating retailers, and will only be available in limited quantities, so pre-order before it’s too late.

 

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