Bloodborne Patch 1.02 Fixes Game-Breaking Bug
Lunarium Key bug fixed in latest patch.
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The bug would occur if a player had participated in online multiplayer as a co-operative guest or hostile invader by using either of the "Resonant Bell" items in the Forbidden Woods. Afterwards, the user would not be able to obtain the Lunarium Key. Without that, players can't fight the next area's boss (and access the unlocks received for defeating him), nor can they visit Master Willem or the Moonside Lake. The patch also fixes other unspecified bugs, including the item duplication exploit.
Bloodborne was released on March 24 exclusively for the PlayStation 4. Developed by From Software, the makers of Demon's Souls and Dark Souls, the game was very positively received in GameSpot's review and awarded a nine out of ten. Bloodborne has already been beaten in a speedrun of 44 minutes, albeit with the use of exploits.
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