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Bloodborne's patch finally reduces loading screen times

Bloodborne players who spend more time dying than anything else will be happy to hear the game's long-awaited loading time patch has just been released.


The long-awaited Bloodborne patch Sony promised would reduce load times has been released as patch 1.03 is now available for your downloading pleasure.

Bloodborne’s 1.03 patch is said to reduce load times from anywhere between 5 to 15 seconds and will make each loading screen a lot more informative as they’ll have descriptions for items. This, of course, replaces the Bloodborne logo, which we’re sure we’re all sick of staring at by now.

Other improvements include fixes for certain lifts and elevators, certain bosses, and advancing in multi-play sessions. Bloodborne also better supports the PlayStation 4’s Suspend / Resume mode as the game will return to the main title screen when resuming play. This is a much better alternative to launching back into the game and being met with a matchmaking issue due to losing your connection with its servers.

The 1.03 patch for Bloodborne is now available to download, and if you need some assistance, why not check out our guides that help summoning co-op and PvP hunters or knowing what exactly to expect from each boss battle.

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    April 23, 2015 7:55 AM

    Daniel Perez posted a new article, Bloodborne's patch finally reduces loading screen times

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      April 23, 2015 8:12 AM

      Awesome, probably going to start a new character for this. Didn't get too far before getting tired of the loading times.

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      April 23, 2015 11:06 AM

      Very cool, I love the game and all but the loading times where unacceptable and any other game would of gotten burned to shit for it if they had such bad times.

      Good stuff glad they fixed it.

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