Keiji Inafune’s RED ASH Gets PS4 Stretch Goal; 67% of Backers Want a PS4 Port; 9% Xbox One, 25% Wii U

on July 23, 2015 5:10 PM

Comcept launched a poll to see what console platforms backers wanted to play the RED ASH: The Indelible Legend (initially announced only for PC) on, and apparently the PS4 won by a large margin, with 66.55%


In order to get the PS4 port, that was confirmed as a stretch goal today, backers will have to manage to get the campaign to the respectable sum of $1,000,000.

The poll will be kept open, and Comcept plans to use it to see what platform to prioritize next, so not all hope is lost for fans of other consoles.

Interestingly, this is defined as just the “precursor” of the “REAL announcement,” coming later today.

If you want to support the game, you can pledge here. RED ASH gatered $455,494 in pledges at the moment of this writing.



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