Announced via the Twitter account belonging to Eric M. Lang, Bloodborne will be coming to Kickstarter next year in the form of a board game. CMON Games the producer of table top games will be taking this dark action RPG to Kickstarter in hopes of funding of their project.
Bloodborne: The Board Game Coming to Kickstarter 2019
CMON Games which originally started as a community rating miniatures website, went into the board and tabletop game market in 2011. They have produced such games as Zombicide, Arcadia Quest, Blood Rage, Rum & Bones, XenoShyft and more. They now set their eyes on the Bloodborne game and bringing it into physical form as a board game which will be designed by Eric M. Lang and Michael Shinall. It will be through a Kickstarter project launch next year that will be their process of bringing it to fruition. They have also produced a previous Bloodborne title in the form of a card game, but the board game sets out to be quite different from it’s predecessor.
Coming to Kickstarter 2019! pic.twitter.com/9aw1A5B8yp
— Eric Lang (@eric_lang) August 4, 2018
In an interview at Gen Con between Eric M. Lang the game designer and CMON Games, we gain more insight into what to expect from this upcoming board game. Lang explains that the game will follow the lore of Bloodborne, delving into the existing covenants but offering a new experience to Bloodborne fans. However, Lang assures you don’t need to be a Bloodborne fan in order to enjoy the board game, it will offer hours of gameplay, adventure and a challenge.
You can check out the interview in the video below:
We got a chance to catch up with Eric M. Lang on Day 3 of Gen Con to talk about surviving the show, and the newly announced Bloodborne: The Board Game. Check out the video for all the details. pic.twitter.com/2ELSdBUYCH
— CMON (@CMONGames) August 4, 2018
Bloodborne: The Board Game will be launching in the form of a Kickstarter campaign next year in 2019.
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