PS4 Exclusive Bloodborne Gets Release Date in Korea Among Loud Cheers from Big Crowd at G-Star

on November 23, 2014 8:45 AM

Today marked the last day of G-Star in Busan, Korea, and the local branch of Sony Computer Entertainment took the show by storm with a stage event dedicated to Bloodborne, with Producer Masaaki Yamagiva under the spotlight as he announced the local release date of the upcoming PS4 exclusive Bloodborne.

The game will be released in the country at the in the same day as in the North America, on March 24th, and due to the time zone it means that Korean gamers will be the first to officially play the game.

The stage event was definitely crowded, and the release date announcement was greeted by loud cheers.

The South Korean market has always been quite PC-centric, but consoles are starting to become popular, and Sony had a very heavy presence at the show.

Below you can see a few pictures of the event, courtesy of Sony Computer Entertainment Asia Region Marketing Manager Naito Arata.

The Stage heats up ten minutes before the start!!

Producer Yamagiwa appears!

Korean localization support of Bloodborne, a great cheer to the localization announcement!!

 /  Executive News Editor
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