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Crowdfunded Bloodborne Board Game Campaign Kicks Off This Week

The Kickstarter for Bloodborne: The Board Game will be kicking off this week.

The fans of FromSoftware games are wondering what title the company will release next now that Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice is out. There were hints in Déraciné that a sequel to Bloodborne might be in the works, but nothing has been confirmed so far.

The people who wish to return to the city of Yharnam may soon be able to do so, as CMON Limited is about to open a Kickstarter for Bloodborne: The Board Game. 

Bloodborne: The Board Game allows players to take on the role of Hunters as they complete missions and fight off the blood-crazed denizens of Yharnam. The trailer for the game has revealed that the weapon transformations will be a part of Bloodborne: The Board Game and that players can cheat their fate by returning to the Hunter's Dream. The clock keeps ticking, however, and slain enemies will be revived when the player returns from the grave.

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CMON Limited has previous experience with the Bloodborne license, as it is the developer of Bloodborne: The Card Game. CMON Limited has also worked with other licenses. For example, it released games such as Wacky Races: The Board Game, Narcos: The Board Game, Kick-Ass: The Board Game, The Godfather: Corleone's Empire, and the A Song of Ice and Fire: Tabletop Miniatures Game. 

Bloodborne: The Board Game is not the first board game adaptation of a FromSoftware title, as there is already a Dark Souls: The Board Game available on the market, which was developed by Steamforged Games. Dark Souls: The Board Games comes with some gorgeous miniatures for characters such as the Dancer of the Boreal Valley, Ornstein, and Smough, which Bloodborne: The Board Game is seeking to emulate with figures of creatures like the Cleric Beast.

Bloodborne is one of the best games on the PlayStation 4 and Bloodborne: The Board Game has the support of Sony. The only question now is whether it can receive enough support from the fans in order to be funded and released.

The Kickstarter for Bloodborne: The Board Game will open on April 23, 2019.

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