PS4 Exclusive Bloodborne Graphics "Off The Charts," Sony Exec Says

"It just looks gorgeous," Scott Rohde says.

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The visual presentation for upcoming PlayStation 4 exclusive Bloodborne is "off the charts," according to PlayStation executive Scott Rohde. He is the software product development head for Sony Worldwide Studios America. Speaking during latest PlayStation Blogcast, Rohde said what he enjoys so much about Bloodborne's visuals is the way the game feels "wet."

"The way it looks; just off the charts to me," Rohde said about Bloodborne. "It has, I've said this before ... there's a certain, like, wetness to that game. I don't know what other word to use. It just feels like everything is dripping and oozing with whatever it is--it's water, it's blood, it's whatever it is; and it just looks gorgeous."

According to a Famitsu report from June, the final version of Bloodborne is aiming to run at 1080p/30fps.

Bloodborne is the latest game developed by From Software, the creators of the Demon's Souls and Dark Souls role-playing game franchises. The game launches on February 6, 2015 in North America, and you'll also be able to buy a special edition version of the game on that date.

It is possible, too, that Bloodborne will be one of the games Sony talks about during December's PlayStation Experience event in Las Vegas. The company teased that attendees will get a glimpse at Sony's 2015 software lineup, which would include Bloodborne.

For more on Bloodborne, check out GameSpot's previous coverage.

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