You might remember that Titan Comics and Bethesda recently teamed-up to move comic book tie-ins of Wolfenstein: The New Colossus, The Evil Within 2, and Dishonored 2 to zealous readers and fans. Well, Titan is during it again with an proclamation that is certain to comfortable many-a-Hunters’ hearts. Bloodborne is removing a really possess tie-in comic.
GamesRadar reports that Titan Comics will be publishing Bloodborne: The Death of Sleep, that will be a new story centered around a indistinguishable Hunter prowling a streets of Yharnam doing what Hunters do best: slaying beasts and elucidate mysteries. It will be created by Ales Kot and a art will be finished by Piotr Kowalski.
There’s no word on either a events of a comic will take place before, after, or during a events of a game, though a certain to be a stirring story, as Kot says that he is well-acquainted with a universe.
“I am respected to be operative within a Bloodborne universe. There will be mystery, a weird, a eerie, a horrific and a bloody – and there will be an undercurrent of ebbing romanticism, walking palm in palm with brain-mashing, soul-cleaving action, together descending towards a Blood Moon as drawn by a gifted and outrageous Piotr Kowalski. Ascend with us, Hunters aged and new. And do remember: one has to find Paleblood to comparison a hunt.”
Bloodborne: The Death of Sleep will recover in Feb 2018, though that doesn’t meant we have to wait that prolonged to get your subsequent injection of the bloody streets of Yharnam. This past July, a Dark Souls modder introduced a few Bloodborne weapons into a game, bringing a small medieval fear to a anticipation realm.
You can see a full cover art exhibit for Bloodborne: The Death of Sleep in a picture supposing below.