Bloodborne: The Board Game Kickstarter Campaign Starts April 23rd

Bloodborne: The Board Game Kickstarter Campaign Starts April 23rd

Last updated on April 18th, 2019

You may remember towards the end of last year, CMON Games had announced they would be bringing Bloodborne to physical form with a board game. They now announced their Kickstarter will go live this month.

Bloodborne: The Board Game Kickstarter Campaign Starts April 23rd

FromSoftware’s challenging and dark RPG Bloodborne released over four years ago but their fanbase still holds strong. CMON Games have adapted the title into a board game which will launch on the crowd funding website Kickstarter on April 23rd. Backers will be able to help to support the project to make this board game a reality.

Image via CMON Game

The board game has been designed by Michael Shinall and Eric M. Lang, who also produced the Bloodborne card game. The tabletop version sets out to be quite different from their previous game, with a number of miniatures based on characters and enemies found in the game. Players will be gain a number “Starter Option” weapons but according to the latest design diary its down to player preference:

…as with all the Trick Weapons in Bloodborne, none are really better than the rest, so “starter weapon” or not, it’s just a matter of preference and play-style.

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.

Bloodborne: The Board Game will launch on Kickstarter on April 23rd. So far the funding goal is unknown at this time but if you want to back the project be on the lookout.

If you want more Bloodborne news be sure to read next Bloodborne Dataminer Uncovers The Purpose Behind The Yharnam Stone and Cut Bloodborne Snake Ball Boss Revealed. If you’re making your way through Yharnam be sure to check out our Bloodborne wiki.


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