NetEase Games today officially launches the smartphone version of ArtPlay’s “Bloodstained: Ritual of the Night” worldwide for US$9.99. The game supports multiple languages, including English, Japanese, Italian, French, German, Spanish, Russian, Portuguese, and Korean.
Bloodstained: Ritual of the Night Description
Bloodstained: Ritual of the Night is a Metroidvania video game developed by former Castlevania series producer Koji Igarashi, and is considered a spiritual successor to the series. The game is the second in the Bloodstained series and was first released for PC, Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One in June 2019. The mobile version includes all DLC of the console game.
Bloodstained takes place in 18th century England during the Industrial Revolution. Players will play as Miriam, an orphan scarred by an alchemist curse which slowly crystallizes her skin. It would be best if you battled your way through a demon-filled castle summoned by Gebel, your old friend whose body has become more crystal than flesh.
The mobile version has a new “Achievements” system, where players can check their progress on the achievement screen. When all achievements are completed, a special performance can be appreciated.
Renewed Shard Icon
In the mobile version, every shard has its own icon, which means that it is more convenient for players to trace which shards they are equipped with.
A convenient shortcut is available for players to unleash ultimate skill by dragging the attack button to the Ultimate Skill Icon. The mobile version also has a shortcut to switch the equipment set with one action, and you can quickly switch to the required equipment set through the wheel-type shortcut.
Newly designed UI
It features a brand new UI that is adapting the gameplay systems for mobile devices. The mobile version is also confirmed to include a new playable character, a boss rush mode, speedrun mode and DLC contents.
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