Bloodborne has been out for a number of years, but players are still discovering new things about From Software’s title. A group called The Tomb Prospectors, who run through Chalice Dungeons to uncover the secrets of Bloodborne have made quite the discovery: The Flaming Undead Giant, an enemy only seen in pre-release trailers, has been spotted in-game. Players long thought the enemy was simply cut from the final product, so it’s an exciting discovery! Thanks to Kotaku for originally reporting on the discovery.
The picture above is from the video The Tomb Prospectors released showing off the Flaming Undead Giant, but it’s a bit difficult to make it out amidst all the dodging in picture form. Check out the video:
Reddit user MoroNyx, who found the enemy, provides a bit more context:
Miyazaki himself presented the first footage of the Chalice Dungeons at the first ever PlayStation Experience Convention in December 2014. Showcased in the footage was most prominently an Undead Giant with two blades for arms, one of which is on fire, enabling him to set the area around him as well as his victims aflame.
Bloodborne then released in March 2015, but the Flaming Undead Giant was nowhere to be found in the dungeons. Along with other things such as Boss Rush and the Revered Great One’s Coldblood, this version of the Undead Giant was generally declared as “Unused Content”, that is, not having made the final cut of the game.
You can even check out the Flaming Undead Giant for yourself in Bloodborne, with the glyph pa6ssc6u.
Do you think there are more Bloodborne enemies previously thought cut hiding in the Chalice Dungeons?