Koji Igarashi has teamed up with 505 Games to help not only fund, but get Bloodstained: Ritual of the Night out faster, better, and to more people.
While some fans are upset due to the game being funded on Kickstarter, many are glad a solid and very consumer friendly studio has agreed to help. In some capacity, 505 Games has worked on Rocket League, Terraria, Brothers: A Tale of Two Sons, and Virginia just to name a few. I don’t expect 505 to damage the game in any way, shape or form — I expect the opposite quite honestly.
With the help of 505 Games, Bloodstained: Ritual of the Night has a tentative launch of 2018. Hopefully the first half because I need some Metroidvania in my life.
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