A Look at Bloodborne's Cut Content
Data-mining YouTuber sets his sights on Bloodborne and explores some of the game's unused content.
By Chris Morse
As a Playstation 4 exclusive, Bloodborne forced some of the more savvy data mining fans to be very patient as they waited for a glimpse at the inner-workings of their favorite gothic horror game. It took some time, but those fans hungry to check out what could've been for this title finally got their hands on the files and have started creating tools to check out what didn't make it into the game. YouTube user Sanadsk, known for his Dark Souls videos often showcasing unused content from the series, has jumped on this and created a video showing off some of the bosses, monsters, and NPCs in the files that weren't in the final release. There is plenty to speculate about from these models, including an entire level style that seemed to be cut out sometime during development, making these finds particularly interesting.
For more videos showcasing and discussing unused content from Bloodborne and other Souls games, be sure to check out his YouTube channel.
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