|Use right-handed weapon
|Use strong right-handed weapon
|Transform right-handed weapon
|Use left-handed weapon (gun/torch)
|Use blood vial to restore health
|Step backwards, dodge, and jump (hold to run/climb faster)
||Toggle lock-on and center camera
|UP directional button
||Acquire more QS Bullets by sacrificing health
|DOWN directional button
|RIGHT directional button
||Cycle through right-handed weapons
|LEFT directional button
||Cycle through left-handed weapons
||Open System menu
|touch pad button (press left-hand side)
||Open Gesture menu
|touch pad button (press right-hand side)
||Open Personal Effects menu
NETWORK PLAYThe items used for network play – Beckoning Bell, Small Resonant Bell, Silencing Blank and Notebook – can be found in the Personal Effects menu.
Co-op PlayYou needn't face the nightmarish world of Bloodborne alone – join forces with up to two extra players to overcome the toughest of foes.
Initiating Co-op PlayWhen you summon another player into your game, you become the “host”. To do this, select the Beckoning Bell from the Personal Effects menu. You must have at least 1 Insight to use the bell.
If you wish to join another player's game, select the Small Resonant Bell from the Personal Effects menu. When you join another player's game, you're referred to as a “guest”.
Ending Co-op PlayWhen playing co-op, your session will either end in victory or failure, at which point you'll be returned to your own world automatically.
If you need to abandon a co-op session, use the Silencing Blank item from the Personal Effects menu. The host can also use a Silencing Blank to dismiss guests from their world.
Notes and the NotebookYou can leave messages for other players to warn them about particular dangers lurking in an area or to give them a hint about a hidden secret. To write a note, or to read a note left by another player, select the Notebook in the Personal Effects menu.
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