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Bleach: Brave Souls is Now Available on PS4

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Bleach Brave Souls

More people can now get a taste of a Bleach game. Originally scheduled for launch on home consoles in 2021, Bleach: Brave Souls is now available for download to PS4. A PC version was released in 2020 [Thanks, 4Gamer!].

There’s also a special launch campaign in effect for new players to promote the game. Players who log in before April 15, 2022, will receive a 5-Star Summons Ticket. They’ll also get a Power-Up Set containing Coins, Crystals, Jewels, and Hogyokus, items required to develop and ascend characters. Players who have an active PlayStation Plus subscription will also receive another 5-Star Summons Ticket, a 5-Star Accessory Ticket, and 50 Soul Tickets.

There are also some caveats to note for players interested in taking upĀ Bleach: Brave Souls on the PS4. For one, the aforementioned PlayStation Plus Subscriber Perk rewards will be distributed at a later date, and won’t be available immediately. The game also doesn’t support PSN Online ID changes, so players that opt to change their PSN handle while the game is playing will crash the game. Testing for compatibility is also not quite complete on the PS5, as well. While the game is downloadable and playable on PS5 consoles, KLab noted that some bugs could occur. The game also does not support cross-save functionality, so existing mobile or PC users cannot access their existing profiles and save data on PS4 and vice-versa.

Bleach: Brave Souls originally launched for Android and iOS in 2015. Developed by KLab, it is a free-to-play action game. Players control their characters from an isometric perspective, defeating enemies in real time using each characters’ unique abilities. It also supports real-time multiplayer. Players can summon new characters and accessories via a gacha system.

Bleach: Brave Souls is available on Android devices, iOS devices, PCs, and the PS4.

Josh Tolentino
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