Since the Kickstarter is such a success it's only natural that more stretch goals be revealed as the funding amount grows.
The newest stretch goals are a Retro Level unlocked at $2,250,000 and a full blown Classic Mode unlocked at $2,500,000.
The Retro Level is said to be an area of the castle which will resemble 16-bit graphics similar to those seen in Castlevania: Rondo of Blood or Super Castlevania 4.
Classic mode is a huge undertaking where when selected portions of the castle will be reworked to reward players of the classic Castlevania franchise.
"In grand classic platformer fashion, you'll be weaker and the enemies will be stronger, and forget about saving yourself by grinding--no RPG elements here."
"If you've always preferred your castles punishingly difficult, straightforward, and scrolling from left to right, this is the stretch goal for you."
Bloodstained: Ritual of the Night is slated to release on PS4, Xbox One and PC sometime in 2017.
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