Bloodstained, the game to be made by Koji Igarashi (creator of the Castlevania series), has already done a great deal in regards to its Kickstarter project. With a little over four days to go, the project has raised over $3.6 million dollars, and it’s still rising. Just for the record? The original goal was only $500,000. Now, via an update, the team reveals that Bloodstained will now be coming to Vita:
“Once again, the Bloodstained backers have not failed us,” states the most recent Kickstarter update. “We have hit the PS Vita stretch goal!”
But what can one expect from Bloodstained PS Vita version? Well:
- Music Export – We thought it would be awesome to be able to export the game’s music to the Vita’s music library. So we’re going to do that.
- PS4 Cross Save Support – Obviously, we’ll need to work with the PS4 dev team on this, but we’ve done cross save before and we’d love to do it again.
- Touch Screen Support – Remember how we mentioned drawing on the map on the WiiU version? Why not do that for Vita too? And scrub around the map with your finger as well.
- PlayStation TV – We’ll also make sure that the game is fully playable on the PS TV.
“We are truly honored to be part of this project, and to work with the other development teams to help bring another one of Igarashi-san’s masterpieces to a handheld,” added Armature, the company tasked with porting the game to both Vita and Wii U. The game will also release on Xbox One, PS4, PC and Steam.