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A new Bloodborne enemy has been discovered

It's been two years since launch, but players still unearth its secrets.

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It's been close to three years since Hidetaka Miyazaki took to the stage during the first PlayStation Experience to explain how Bloodborne's procedurally generated Chalice Dungeons would work. As part of this demonstration, he showed off an intimidating enemy with candles on its back and two blades as arms. This definitely made an impression on quite a few of the viewers that couldn't wait to test their skills against this foe when the game launched a few months later, but the only problem was that the creature was nowhere to be found in the game, which made people think that it had been cut at the very last minute. Turns out they were wrong.

YouTube user Moros Nyx has posted a video showing how KolbrotKommander encounters the mystical creature in the Chalice Dungeon he created by using the pa6ssc6u glyph. This seems to be the very first time someone sees what's called the Flaming Undead Giant since PSX 2014, or at least has a record of it, which is rather interesting, as the game has been out for more than two years. You can see the meeting in the video above or take it on yourself by using the same glyph.

Have you come across this creature, or something else that was hidden for a long time in another game?


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