It's been a little while since we last posted about Bloodstained: Ritual of the Night, but the project has gone from strength to strength since its announcement a few weeks ago. Now sitting at a cool $3 million, Koji Igarashi's revival has been officially confirmed for the PlayStation 4, and will be getting several bonuses in the form of new modes, characters, and bosses courtesy of Stretch Goals.
However, if you haven't donated to the project yet, it's still worth doing, as with an additional $500,000 in funding, the release will get farmed out to Armature Studio and ported to the PlayStation Vita. Considering the likes of Guacamelee felt great on Sony's handheld, this is a conversion that we can get behind.
"Our team knows the Vita platform inside and out, and we'll do it justice as we bring you Bloodstained: Ritual of the Night, running on Unreal Engine 4, to the Vita," a studio spokesperson said. "Help us bring Bloodstained where -vania games belong – your hands!" A pledge of $28 or above will score you a copy of the Castlevania-esque adventure on your system of choice, so you know what you need to do.