I love it when indie gaming titles become successful. Fans of Bloodstained: Ritual of the Night will be happy to know that it has sold 1 million units. To celebrate, fans can enjoy a sneak peek of the free DLC development roadmap!
According to the press release, 2020 is going to offer a lot of free content as a thank you to the game’s loyal fans. A sneak peek of the Bloodstained: Ritual of the Night free DLC development roadmap was shared by publisher 505 Games and indie studio ArtPlay.
The press release stated:
Beginning with Boss Revenge Mode and increased character customization with the Chroma Wheel feature for players on PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One on Tuesday, June 23, players will be treated to a steady stream of free content and features throughout the remainder of the year developed to enhance the game experience and offer more ways to interact with Koji Igarashi’s critically-acclaimed indie debut title.
There’s even a video message from creator Koji Igarashi to thank fans. Igarashi also offered the fandom a tease of what’s to come!
Here are some more details:
- Boss Revenge Mode: Players can thank the Kickstarter community for this new free gameplay mode in Bloodstained: Ritual of the Night – a direct result of community support in helping the game surpass its final $5.5 million stretch funding goal. In this mode, accessible by entering the transition room in-game, players will face off against four in-game bosses fast and furiously to get the best clear time.
- Chroma Wheel: The salon is back in business with more options than ever in color palette for character customization, including hair, clothing, and skin. Players can return to Todd the Barber, Bloodstained’s demonic scissor-wielding hairstylist, and switch up their look with a true color selector and eliminating pre-set options previously available.
Boss Revenge Mode and the Chroma Wheel feature will be coming to Nintendo Switch players in July 2020.
A free update, which allowed players to control Zangetsu, was recently released.
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