Sony has released the latest update for PS4 exclusive Bloodborne and it is a hefty update at about 2.69 GB in size. This update mainly aims to fix the progression bug in the Forbidden Woods area of the game, which rendered the game unplayable after reaching that area and playing co-op online.
This new update seems to be live now on the PS4 in North America and should go up for the rest of world shortly after. If you still haven’t received an update prompt, you can manually force the PS4 to download this update by selecting the options menu on the game’s icon and then select “Check for Update.”
This new update size is barely above 100 MB, making the total patch size about 2.69 GB. You can read the changelog below.
Fixes the issue of not being able to obtain the “Lunarium Key” once the user partakes in online multiplayer as a co-operative guest by using the “Small Resonant Bell” or as a hostile guest by using the “Sinister Resonant Bell” in the area, “Forbidden Woods”.
Bloodborne is the latest release from From Software, developed in collaboration with Sony Computer Entertainment Japan.
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