Bloodstained: Ritual of the Night Demo
To mark his return from E3, Koji Igarashi has announced via his Kickstarter campaign for upcoming action-platformer Bloodstained: Ritual of the Night that backers will receive demo keys for the build of the game that was shown at E3 2016.
The sound and feel of the Castlevania games seem to have made it into Bloodstained intact, and its stained-glass aesthetic is rich and beautiful. At times, the visuals are a little too rich, making it difficult to concentrate on any one thing during chaotic fights. The demo will be available for anyone who backed the game at the $60 threshold and is only playable on Windows systems.
Bloodstained sees players take control of an orphan named Miriam who suffers from an alchemist’s curse. The affliction is slowly turning Miriam into crystal, forcing Miriam to venture into a castle to find the summoner of the curse. The game is expected to be released in March, 2017.
Check out the Demo Playthrough:
“Details on how to access the demo will be mailed to everyone who filled out their Fangamer backer reward survey by the cut off date, and should have all rolled out by June 27. If all goes well, it will be available for about three months. It’s important that you check in with the Kickstarter update for information on how to play and known bugs.
Creator Koji Igarashi asked fans to bear in mind that the development team is currently working on story cutscenes, a cutscene tutorial, adjustments to enemy and item placements, and a map screen with minimap, so don’t get too frustrated with these missing elements.”
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