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Bloodstained: Ritual of the Night backer-exclusive content to be offered as paid DLC to non-backers, steel case with Switch game card insert revealed

It's a backer bonanza!

The most recent Kickstarter update for Bloodstained: Ritual of the Night has some very interesting details. First up is talk of the backer-exclusive content being made available to all consumers as paid DLC.

As many of you will remember, we also asked the community a while back if they were against us making the ‘backer exclusive’ content (Iga Boss and Swordwhip) available to all players in some fashion. Almost 30,000 of you replied and the overwhelming response was that in general you were ok with it, and the most popular option was to sell it at a price that would respect the purchase the backers originally made.

To that end we’re announcing the “Iga’s Back Pack” DLC for $9.99, launching on June 18, 2019 for PS4, XB1 and PC, June 25, 2019 for Switch. Players who purchase this DLC will be able to fight the game’s creator, Koji Igarashi himself, and earn the powerful Swordwhip weapon by defeating him.

Following that, we have news of a Bloodstained 'FuturePak' steel case that actually comes with a Switch game card insert. These are going to be sold exclusively to backers.

And finally, it was recently revealed that certain retailers would be giving away a Bloodstained FuturePak steel case for preorders of the game while supplies lasted. I’m happy to announce that we will be selling 800 stand-alone FuturePak steel cases for $14.99 exclusively to backers.

These cases feature a glossy metal renditioning of Mana Ikeda’s fantastic box art for the game, and an internal hinge so when fully opened the case creates a flat surface to display the art. The cases hold game discs and Switch cartridges. We’ll be sure to announce exactly when these will go on sale, so stay tuned!

There's a few more details in the full Kickstarter update, which you can check out here.

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That is a NICE-looking case.

I really hope the Switch version is going to be worth it and they have been actively fixing it.
I was really waiting for this game and it's like an absolutely perfect fit for a portable. I want to get both thoses GBA/DSvania vibes and the SotN ones. I loved the gba/ds games and arguably some of them are better than SotN but the one thing I always wished I could do was to play them on a big screen.

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