Lies Of P Already Has A Bloodborne Hunter Costume

Lies of P has been in the hands of the public for a week now, letting everyone get comfortably acquainted with the horrific city of Krat. Longtime fans of FromSoftware’s work will notice more than a few similarities to Bloodborne, an extremely popular title that PlayStation doesn’t seem to be interested in revisiting despite constant begging from the fanbase for a PC release. For now, Lies of P is all they have to fill the void, and modders have already got to work making the game look as close to Bloodborne on PC as they can.


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First shared by the “Is Bloodborne on PC” Twitter account, a modder by the name of skymoon0 recently managed to take the iconic Bloodborne Hunter outfit and add it to Lies of P, essentially plopping the Hunter in the middle of Krat to create an unofficial sequel. The outfit has the classic mask and trench coat, both of which replace the Mad Donkey costume that you obtain from the boss fight of the same name in the early stages of the game.

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Couple the costume with the massive Bone-Cutting Saw weapon that you can find in the Malum District, and Lies of P almost becomes undistinguishable from Bloodborne at first glance. The mad horde of mechanical puppets are a bit of a giveaway though. If you’re also one of the poor unfortunate souls that are begging FromSoftware to do something with the Bloodborne IP and need something to scratch that itch, you can grab this outfit for yourself on Nexus Mods. Just be aware that it could be deleted if PlayStation gets a bit sulky about it.

You may be surprised to know that this is isn’t the only strange soulslike crossover we’ve seen this month. Just a few days ago, one dedicated Armored Core 6 fan managed to put all of the game’s maps into Elden Ring, giving us a better look at the sheer scale of everything as well as the small details that FromSoftware added to each one.

There was also an Elden Ring/Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice crossover earlier this month too – soulslike modders have been pretty busy it seems. Most people thought that the infamous fight with Malenia, Blade of Miquella in Elden Ring felt like a boss plucked straight out of Sekiro, so one modder put that to the test, having her thrown down with Wolf to see what would happen. Unsurprisingly, the fight fits extremely well with the rest of Sekiro’s challenging encounters. I don’t see Wolf faring too well against someone like Rykard though.

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