During the PlayStation E3 Media Briefing last week, Sony revealed that FROM Software's Project Beast was now known as Bloodborne, and would be coming exclusively to PlayStation 4. Reps from both houses were also adamant that it wasn't a sequel or successor to either the Demon's Souls or Dark Souls Games, despite appearing very similar in style and setting.
Other than some cam footage that leaked out from what were supposed to be closed-doors presentations at E3 however, very little of the game had actually been shown. That's been rectified a little now, as what appears to be an older trailer for the game, while it was still known as Project Beast, has found its way online.
suggests that the trailer is likely cut from a build of the game that was originally intended for reveal at last year's Tokyo Games Show.
Further, an image allagedly captured from the Sony Entertainment Network online store display a tentative March 31st 2015 release date for Bloodborne, which if remotely accurate suggests an Autumn (Northen Spring) launch for the game next year.