A brand new patch for Bloodborne has been pushed out to the PlayStation 4 servers, and any players who connect online will have to download the patch before being able to play again. The update, named patch 1.04, brings a number of bug fixes, as well as some gameplay changes to Bloodborne.
Patch 1.04 has been in development for quite some time now so the patch consists of quite a lot of different features. The entire patch clocks in at just under 300MB so whilst it won't take forever to install, it certainly is quite a beefy patch.
Among some of the changes, players can now store up to 600 quicksilver bullets and blood vials in the storage in Hunter's Dream. Before patch 1.04 the limit was just 99. I think this feature is one of the most convenient for players, although more has been done to Bloodborne in patch 1.04.
Some weapons and hunter tools have had buffs applied to them. Unfortunately From Software hasn't gone into too much detail about these buffs and what they apply to. Good news is that bosses in the Chalice Dungeons will now have a chance to drop a random number of blood gems. This gives players a bit more of an incentive to fight bosses in the Chalice Dungeons.
Chalice dungeons will also now include Blood Stone Shards at Depth 1, Twin Blood Stone Shards at Depth 2, Twin Blood Stone Shards and Blood Stone Chunks at Depth 3, Blood Stone Chunks at Depth 4 and Blood Stone Chunks and Blood Rocks at Depth 5.