The 3D action game Bleach: Brave Souls has been around for a while on PC and mobile, but it’s about to cross over to consoles with a version for Playstation 4, now in development. Details are light, but the PS4 version is expected to be the same game as what’s on the other platforms (and free to download).
While they were at it the developers of Brave Souls also revealed the official Brave Souls website now has self intro cards players can create to find others to enjoy the game with. To use them, download the card of your desire, write on it, post it to social media with the hashtag #BBSSelfIntro, and use that hashtag to connect with others. Not too complicated, is it? Fortunately there are more effective methods of gahering players togather, as of now…
An official Discord channel for Bleach: Brave Souls was launched today. The Discord can be used to chat with other Bleach players, recruit them to play in games, and read messages from the Brave Souls development team. Get an invite through this link.
You may be rewarded. The dev team is picking 2,000 random users who post in the new Discord channel 25 Spirit Orbs. Check the in-app notifications for more details.
Bleach: Brave Souls is available now on Steam, and the mobile version is available on Google Play and the App Store. The PS4 version will be released later in 2021.
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