You may remember that, about a week ago, board game specialist CMON announced God of War: The Card Game, an officially licensed adaptation of Kratos' Nordic PS4 adventure. Well, it seems it's not the only exclusive the company has in its sights. A Kickstarter campaign from CMON recently began for Bloodborne: The Board Game, another official spin-off in partnership with PlayStation.
And it's most definitely happening, because it blasted through its $200,000 goal in less than 20 minutes, with the total standing at over $1.6 million at the time of writing. This of course means many of the stretch goals have already been unlocked, and there's still several weeks of fundraising to go. Needless to say, it's been pretty darn successful so far.
The game itself lets one to four hunters explore the city of Yharnam, where they'll encounter familiar enemies and bosses on their quest. Detailed miniatures depict regular enemy types, as well as bosses such as Father Gascoigne, Vicar Amelia, and Cleric Beast. You'll use a card-based combat system to cleave your way through your foes in four different campaigns, each apparently taking between 60 and 90 minutes to complete.
It sounds quite promising, doesn't it? Backers will apparently receive the game in May 2020, with a $100 pledge securing a copy. What do you think of Bloodborne: The Board Game? Do you like these adaptations of PS4's best exclusives? Fear the old blood in the comments below.