Sony & FromSoftware’s upcoming action RPG, Bloodborne has been delayed to allow extra development time.
Sony Computer Entertainment Japan Studio producer, Masaaki Yamagiwa announced the delay on PSblog, he said “Unfortunately, I’m here today to announce a short delay to the release date, as we need more time to deliver you the best possible final experience.
We were really grateful for all the player data and feedback we received from those who took part in our recent limited alpha test, and this extra development time will allow us to better integrate these learnings into the game.
In the meantime, look out for some exciting Bloodborne news in early December. Thank you very much for your continued support and patience!”, Yamagiwa concluded.
The game takes place in “an ancient, forgotten city called Yharnam, known for an old medical remedy. Over the years, many hopeless and afflicted people have made long pilgrimages to Yharnam in search of help.
As the main character, you are one of these travelers. However, you find that Yharnam is also cursed with a horrible endemic illness. You must navigate the perilous streets of this city, fighting off nightmarish creatures, malformed beasts and deranged mobs stricken with this horrific illness.
Face your fears as you discover the secrets and mysteries of this dark and horrific world where danger, death and madness lurk around every corner.”
Bloodborne was originally due in February but now it is set to launch in the PAL region on March 25 and March 27 in UK and Ireland exclusively for PlayStation 4.
You can like our page on Facebook, follow us on Twitter, subscribe to our YouTube channel, or add us to your circle on Google+ to keep yourself updated on all the latest news around the web.
Source: PlayStation Blog.