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Check Out This Unused ‘Bloodborne’ Content!

While we wait for the announcement of Bloodborne 2 (because come on, you know it’s going to happen), a YouTuber has found some interesting goodies buried in the original game’s files.

The YouTuber known as Sanadsk, who specializes in uncovering hidden/unused content in the Dark Souls series, recently found some unused monsters for Bloodborne, as well as an NPC. As detailed in the video below, Sanadsk contacted a user that had managed to obtain the files extracted from the game itself, and Sanadsk was eventually able to put together a reel of these models using Marmoset Toolbag 3. According to Sanadsk, the player most likely would’ve encountered the scholar NPC in Byrgenwerth.

Since I’m a sucker for stuff like this, if you’re ever interested in other games that have cut/unused content buried within them, you can check out The Cutting Room Floor. They’re a wiki that specializes in cataloguing games both past and present that have bits and pieces left in them from developers (including Bloodborne).



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  • Blade

    Some people say it’s not horror…I say it’s the best horror game of the current generation. BB2 needs to happen FromSoftware!

  • I hated this game. I have ten hours of play time on it, and I’m not even through the first fucking street. I’m not a great gamer, and i understand that. But the game shouldn’t be so impossible with save points so far apart that you’re stuck playing the same thing over and over again for ten ours. I finally just gave up, and it’s siting on my shelf until I make up my mind about whether to try it again or just trade it in. I know I would have appreciated it much more if I had been able to make even a little progress in it. And yes, I suck at gaming, but I’m not THAT horrible at it. I’ve played through plenty of other games with no problem.

    • Jon Macmenamin

      The games in the Soulsborne series are all punishing with a steep learning curve, but highly rewarding when you can invest the time. You should try and overcome the initial barriers as you’re missing an incredible game with a wonderful Lovecraftian lore. After you bypass the first boss you’re able to level up your character and use the Beckoning Bell for co-op which makes things (a bit!) easier. Farm for blood vials and study the enemy’s attack and movement patterns and you’ll hopefully progress further…

    • Jon Macmenamin

      The games in the Soulsborne series are all punishing with a steep learning curve, but highly rewarding when you can invest the time. You should try and overcome the initial barriers as you’re missing an incredible game with a wonderful Lovecraftian lore. After you bypass the first boss you’re able to level up your character and use the Beckoning Bell for co-op which makes things (a bit!) easier. Farm for blood vials and study the enemy’s attack and movement patterns, use the cleaver in extended form, use stones to hit townsfolk to break up mobs and use the gun to stun and you’ll hopefully progress further. Go forth Hunter…

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