This Official Bloodborne Watch is a True Class Act in Aesthetics
If you're willing to drop about $300, you too can buy this gorgeous Bloodborne watch, which includes tons of subtle details from the game.
SuperGroupies is well known for their exceptional quality in videogame themed merchandise and this absolutely stunning Bloodborne watch is no exception. This official Bloodborne watch costs 30,000 Japanese Yen (around $285), has a genuine leather strap and has the game’s name tastefully featured on the back:
Some of the fine details on the watch include Caryl Runes inside the circles in the watch under the 2, 3, 4, 11, 10, and 8 as well as a rune symbol under 6. The watch also resembles the Astral Clocktower (prominent during the Lady Maria’s fight) and features a day and night cycle. The best part is that for fans these details are unmistakable but it doubles as excellent stealth merchandise that can be worn for any occasion.
London-based Etsy creator Jinn Media is making those dreams come true — recreating PS4 and PS5 box arts for games like Bloodborne, The Last of Us: Part II, and Demon’s Souls. One of their latest additions to their shop includes a recently-revealed Bloodborne crystal case demake.
Earlier last year we had Cursed Book of Madness: The Unofficial Bloodborne Fanzine, a collection of fan art and pieces inspired by Bloodborne which released in October 2020 from the team behind The First Flame, a Dark Souls-themed fanzine. Cursed Blood of Madness was available as a 48-page digital-only collection (PDF) and featured 36 different artists with works based on the game.
Another fan by the handle of Mitori (Twitter) shared their fan-made recreation of the Threaded Cane weapon, which is not only extremely accurate to the game, but is also completely functional and can extend its blades. You can check out a video of the Threaded Cane in action along with some photos here.
Teruyuki Toriyama, who has worked on Bloodborne, Demon’s Souls Remake, and other titles, announced last year that he would be leaving SIE Japan Studio at the end of the year. Toriyama hasn’t specified the reason behind this decision, but this is not an end for his game developing career as he revealed that he is going to continue this job at his new company.