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Bloodborne Gets Funky With This Incredible Fan-Made Music Remix of Ludwig, The Holy Blade

Alex Moukala shared his own funky bass remix of Bloodborne music that is sure to set some creepy vibes in time for Halloween.

October 26, 2020

While it first released over five years ago, Bloodborne has remained one of the most iconic and memorable experiences for the PS4 generation. The PS4 first-party title by FromSoftware still has secrets being uncovered by fans every week and has inspired from incredible fan creations over the years. Notably, its soundtrack especially has had fans make some creative remixes, including a brilliant jam on YouTube set to one of the game’s best boss battle tracks.

Over on YouTube, musician Alex Moukala shared a video of his incredible bass guitar interpretation from the Bloodborne original soundtrack. Specifically, Moukala’s remix is a take on “Ludwig, the Holy Blade,” with the video showing his full remix after sharing a short clip of him jamming out to the boss fight music on Twitter.

You can check out the full video below:

Personally, Moukala’s take on the Bloodborne track is pretty killer, and if you’re looking for some funky music to spice up your Halloween mix this week, this take on the Bloodborne soundtrack seems like it will do just the trick. You can also check out more of Moukala’s remixes and work on his YouTube channel and various other platforms.

In terms of other news related to the game, it was confirmed by Sony earlier this year that Bloodborne will be included as part of The PlayStation Plus Collection on PS5, which is a free collection of 18 games from across the PS4 generation. The collection will be available at launch for PS5 owners that have an active PlayStation Plus subscription next month, giving the perfect opportunity to play FromSoftware’s masterpiece for the first time if you haven’t already.

Bloodborne is available now on PS4.

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Ryan Meitzler

Ryan is the Editor-in-Chief at DualShockers and has been a lover of games as long as he can remember. He holds a BA in English and Cinema and lives in New York City.

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