FromSoftware is known for its challenging games, rich art, and immersive world-building, with Bloodborne standing out as a fan favorite. Set in a Victorian-era city plagued by beasts and aliens, this 2015 action RPG has left a lasting impact. To grasp its success, let’s delve into Bloodborne statistics and see the Bloodborne player count since its release. If you prefer more general statistics concerning the growth of the video game industry, we have talked about that as well!
Bloodborne key stats
In this first line of stats, we are going to give you a brief overview of how many people play Bloodborne and some other general facts surrounding the game. Bloodborne is one of the most popular FromSoftware titles because of its unique gameplay dynamic and notorious difficulty. There are a lot of numbers to go through, so let’s step into this gruesome world and see what’s real and what is a dream!
Bloodborne has 138.4 thousand daily players.
(Source: MMO Stats)
The estimated total player count for the game is 18 million.
Of course, since Bloodborne is still a PS4 exclusive, there is no reliable way of tracking the exact number of players in the game at any given time, so we are relegated to using information based on the number of users who interact with Bloodborne-related content online, so the actual numbers are hard to come by. Nonetheless, when a 2015 game has over 100,000, it’s a good sign that the game is still healthy and loved within its community.
Bloodborne sales reached 2 million copies in 2015 alone.
(Source: IGN, VG Chartz)
The total number of Bloodborne players has never been released by FromSoftware.
It is estimated that the game sold 3.11 million copies.
0.28 million copies were sold in Japan.
1.30 million copies were sold in North America.
1.05 million copies were sold in Europe
0.48 million copies were sold in other regions.
How many copies did the Bloodborne sell? When it comes to the sales stats for Bloodborne, unfortunately, it is the same situation as the stats regarding the total number of players. FromSoftware does not make a habit out of releasing its revenue stats for many of its games, so we can never have a clear estimate of how much Bloodborne has managed to earn since its release in 2015.
Bloodborne Twitch and speedrunning stats
As a game with a cult-like player base, Bloodborne is notorious for its speedrunning scene as well as switching up the way you approach the game in the form of interesting builds and challenge runs. And of course, you can’t have all of this gameplay variety without anyone to share it with, so we are also going to examine how popular Bloodborne is on Twitch!
Bloodborne had 7.9 million hours watched on Twitch in 2022.
The game had 576,576 broadcasting hours on Twitch in 2022.
It had 902 average viewers.
65 channels were streaming the game on average.
The game had a 13.7 viewer ratio.
There were 73,743 broadcasters streaming the game in 2022.
Given that Bloodborne is a fairly old game at this point, it is no surprise that its total hours watched on Twitch in 2022 are going to be significantly lower than some of the newer AAA games, as well as some FromSoftware games. Nonetheless, the Twitch stats that we have gathered about Bloodborne across 2022 tell us that the game is still very healthy on the Twitch scene, likely due to some of the challenge runs that people have come up with, as well as speedrunning prospects. Even if these two things are not the case, the game is still quite appealing to watch for anyone, be they a fan of action RPGs or not.
The any% Bloodborne speed run is 18 minutes and 49 seconds.
The any% current patch speed run is 22 minutes and 11 seconds.
The All Bosses run is 57 minutes and 11 seconds.
The any% Glitchless run is 30 minutes and 26 seconds.
The All Bosses Glitchless run is 1 hour 10 minutes and 39 seconds.
The any% BL4 run is 24 minutes and 52 seconds.
The All Bosses BL4 run is 1 hour 8 minutes and 50 seconds.
The All Trophies run is 2 hours 48 minutes and 57 seconds.
And finally, we have some stats regarding the speedrunning statistics that people have managed to rack up since Bloodborne came out. Now, it is important to note that FromSoftware games are difficult, and notoriously, smash your controller levels of difficult, yet players have managed to slash down the time it takes the game to be completed to literal minutes, either through the use of shrewd glitches or just plain skill. You can rest assured that anyone who managed to enter the leaderboards of Bloodborne speedrunning is, what you would call, a god gamer.
To sum up
And this is the point where our dream has to come to an end and we can awaken to a new morning. The world of Bloodborne is one of dread, blood, and terrifying monsters around every corner, and that is precisely why it’s so appealing to so many people. Even though the game has been around since 2015, a remake or a 60 FPS patch is still nowhere in sight, and the Bloodborne community is on its last legs in both sanity and hope for the future of the game. In either case, there is absolutely no disputing the fact that Bloodborne is one of the best games ever made and it is going to remain at the top of the list of FromSoftware games along with Elden Ring, based on its sheer quality. Fear the Old Blood.