Red Ash slated to earn a whopping $800,000 on Kickstarter for PC game and an animated film.
On Saturday the campaign for The Red Ash: The Indelible Legend on Kickstarters was announced at the Anime Expo in Los Angeles. The project is being developed by Keiji Inafune one of the creators of the original Mega Man series, in partnership with Comcept studio and animation company Studio 4℃. Red Ash: The Indelible Legend will be a spiritual sequel to the Mega man Legend.
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According to Inafune he will require about $80,000 to be able to develop the very first chapter of the new Red Ash series. The first chapter will be entitled ‘The KalKanon Incident’, while the Studio 4℃ has also put up a bid of $150,000 to fund an animated film. the animated film will be about the KalKanon Incident and feature the same set of characters.
The Comcept studio has always had success on the Kickstarters platform, as their previous game Might No.9 earned about $4 million, when its goal was only $900,000. Red Ash will require a total of $230,000 and even in two days of its announcement it has already earned a quarter of its goal money. Therefore there is no doubt to the fact Red Ash will completely meet its funding goal on Kickstarters.
Red Ash the game itself will be a third person shooting and adventure game and only PC versions have so far been announced. The game will be designed to pay homage to Japanese animations and will feature characters such as Beck and Call from Mighty No.9 as it has acquired the same DNA.
The creators of Red Ash have claimed they are trying to create a new style and way of gaming through the game and wish to be successful in their endeavor.
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