A big reason why the game is still talked about actively to this day is because of how good it is. It’s not only one of the best PS4 exclusives, but one of the best games of last generation. That said, it would be even better if it had the kick animation below. Cut content is often associated with bad games that had troubled development, but this is a misconception.
Unexpectedly, some removed content from Bloodborne did not make it into the final edition of the game, according to a Bloodborne player. FromSoftware, the studio behind Dark Souls, Sekrio: Shadows Die Twice, and the forthcoming Elden Ring, published Bloodborne in 2015. Despite the fact that it is approaching its seventh anniversary, many people still play it, and there have lately been speculations that it will be ported to the PS5 and PC.
Of course, if FromSoftware or PlayStation or any developer on the game provides any insight or information on this cut animation, we will be sure to update the story accordingly.
Every game has cut content. Red Dead Redemption 2, one of the best games of all time, has hours and hours of cut content. Content gets cut for a variety of reasons. Sometime’s it’s because it’s inadequate, other times it’s because there’s not enough development time and resources to finish it. And other times producers just get a little cut happy. It’s not clear what category the kick animation below falls into, but what is clear is that it should have been in the game or at least added to the inevitable PS5/PC versions.