See Bloodborne's Chalice Dungeons In New Trailer

Plus, Sony confirms special-edition Bloodborne PS4 bundle coming to the UK this March.

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Sony on Friday released a new gameplay video for upcoming PlayStation 4 game Bloodborne that goes into depth about the title's new Chalice Dungeon feature, originally announced in December.

For those unaware, Bloodborne's Chalice Dungeons are set in the the ancient underground ruins below the game's main city of Yharnam. Players will use holy chalices to enter the dungeons, which use procedurally generated systems to offer a new experience every time you play.

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As the trailer shows, the dungeons are loaded with traps and all forms of horrifying creatures. Players can take on the dungeons alone, or team up with friends to take them down and earn rewards for their efforts.

"Chalice Dungeons add a ton of additional content and replay value to the depth and richness of the full game itself, and can even be uploaded for other people to try out," producer Masaaki Yamagiwa said in December. "Share your dungeons with your friends, or go online to find new Chalice Dungeons to explore. Even after you master the game, discovering all of the secrets it has to offer, there will be new challenges awaiting you."

Following a delay, the new Bloodborne release date is March 24 in the US and March 27 in the UK.

Sony also on Friday revealed that a special-edition Bloodborne PS4 bundle (above) will be available in the UK at launch. It includes a PS4 system, DualShock 4 controller, and a copy of the game. UK shoppers can preorder the console today from their local retailer.

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