See Early Gameplay of Bloodstained: Ritual of the Night in its New Development Update

on June 8, 2015 11:05 PM

The fundraising campaign for Bloodstained: Ritual of the Night has met yet another stretch goal since securing a PS Vita version of the game.

At the time of this writing the Kickstarter campaign has reached¬†$3,721,974 in funding, which when combined with the $118,000 from Paypal donations clears the $3,750,000 stretch goal: orchestrated tracks. Now live instrumentation will be implemented in the creation of the game’s soundtrack, which promises great diversity.

The latest update to the campaign page reveals that the iconic Yoshitaka Amano, best known for his work on the Final Fantasy series, will be contributing artwork to Bloodstained via the poster included with the collector’s box, earned by backers of at least $250. Amano has also signed the posters included in the 10 collector’s boxes of the new Signed Amano Print tier, reached by backing with at least $800:


Finally, the most exciting reveal of the update may be the new development video which shows a very early look at some game-play footage. The commentary also provides some interesting details. Tell me what you think after you see it below.

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