The mod comes courtesy of Garden of Eyes and Zullie the Witch, who also worked on the first-person mod for Dark Souls 3. Obviously, this mod changes the game up completely, as Bloodborne is usually played from a third-person perspective.
Players will receive a new piece of gear, the Great One Hat, which is obtained at the start of the game and enables the first-person view. Even better, this mod is also compatible with the Bloodborne 60 FPS patch.
Here’s some more insight into how the mod was created via Zullie the Witch:
The first-person mod has a storied history, owing to the fact From Software has barely changed their camera from Demon’s Souls all the way to Sekiro, outside of the black sheep, Dark Souls 2. In many ways, this is the same mod I created way back in Dark Souls, passed through Dark Souls 3 and Sekiro, finally snaking its tendrils into Bloodborne. I can’t wait to bring it to Elden Ring too.
Bloodborne was released for the PS4 in March 2015.
[Source – Eurogamer]