WATCH: Unfinished Bloodborne Content Accessible Through Chalice Dungeon Codes
From Software’s Dark Souls series and its spin-off title Bloodborne are known by fans to be massively deep games, with dedicated fans and enthusiasts still discovering secrets and new tidbits of lore years after their release dates. In fact, this past November saw the arrival of a rare Bloodborne enemy that had, up until then, only been seen once, during some 2014 PlayStation Experience footage. Suffice to say, From Software made their games to last. Now, some new Bloodborne content has been discovered by way of the game’s optional dungeon system, Chalice Dungeons.
A Twitter user by the name of ShadowedImage did some digging using Bloodborne’s save editor on the PlayStation 4, and uncovered a few codes that allowed access into unique, unfinished Chalice Dungeons that featured a few cut bosses that didn’t quite make it into the game’s original campaign. As can be seen in the video below, the Chalice Dungeons are quite obviously unfinished, with the player actually falling to their death by venturing out too far into empty space outside a floating doorway.
Based on the stream, the first code, sikgc3sm, allows players to square off against a new form of the Moon Presence, though this was cut from the game. The other code, arkhv2vs, will allow players to fight the Great One Beast. Players need only approach the empty chalice gravestone near the Hunter’s Lodge within the dream and manually enter in the code to gain access to the same battles as seen in the video above. Players should join the Chalice Dungeons at their own risk, though, as there is every possibility that one could get stuck, or fall to their deaths through the floor. Bloodborne is available now for the PlayStation 4.
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