After reaching out to Sony (who will be publishing Bloodborne), it was confirmed to Destructoid.com, that Bloodborne’s Nightmare Edition will not be making it’s way to North America.
Bloodborne is considered the spiritual successor to From Software’s own Demon’s Souls, which was also directed by Hidetaka Miyazaki. From Software is, of course, also the developer of the critically acclaimed Dark Souls, and it’s successor Dark Souls 2, which released March this year on PlayStation 3, Xbox 360 and later for PC in April. Dark Souls 2 will also be making an appearance on next gen consoles in the form of Dark Souls 2: Scholar of the First Sin, which will include previously released DLC campaigns.
The regular collector’s edition, however, will still be coming to North America.
Bloodborne will be hitting North America on March 24th, Most of Europe on March 25th, Japan on March 26th, and finally, The United Kingdom on March 27th, Exclusively for the PlayStation 4.
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