Red Ash Kickstarter adds single console stretch goal

Action RPG will be ported to one console at $1 million funded.

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The Kickstarter campaign for Comcept’s Mega Man Legends successor Red Ash: The Indelible Legend has added a stretch goal for a console port.

At $1 million funded, Red Ash will be ported to one additional console. As for which console that might be, that’s something that Comcept says it “needs to negotiate with the console makers.”

“Ideally we would love to port the game to all 3 current home consoles: PS4/Xbox One/Wii U,” a blog post reads. “But porting Mighty No.9 taught us exactly how much it costs to port to a single console (which includes not only the port work itself, but also debugging and all other costs that add up). We take our ports seriously, and though there may be some sticker shock at the cost, we are planning wisely with the money from your support!

“Most importantly, we want to port Red Ash to the console most wished for by our backers. We will put up a preliminary poll soon, so you can make your voice heard and let our team know where you want Red Ash on consoles first! Then, once the campaign ends, we will send a survey to make your final vote! The survey will only be available to backers, so be sure to tell everyone you can about this big news!”

A second stretch goal was also added. At $1.5 million funded, Episodes IV and V of the game will be developed and released.

Finally, tonight’s update brings a new concept image, this one showing Call with Gofer in her motorcycle’s sidecar.

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