While Keiji Inafune’s Mega Man Legends spiritual successor, Red Ash: The Indelible Legend has been only for PC on its Kickstarter campaign, the developer has announced a console version stretch goal for the game.
The game will be coming to Playstation 4, following a poll with the backers that resulted in the PS4 being the most-wanted platform on consoles. Out of 2,628 votes, 1,749 backers voted for a PlayStation 4 version, in comparison to 655 on Wii U, and finally 224 on Xbox One. “We have been checking the results on a daily basis and this was the overall trend since the poll opened,” Comcept said in a blog post.
“As promised, we took the in-progress results of this poll to our 1st party contacts and were able to make headway in our negotiations with the various parties. As a result, we were able to officially confirm the development of Red Ash for the PlayStation 4.”
It’s worth mentioning that the PlayStation 4 version is still a stretch goal, however. To simply make the game on PC, they need $800,000 as a base goal, with the PS4 version coming in as a $1,000,000 stretch goal.
The Kickstarter for Red Ash: The Indelible Legend still has 10 days to go, and its currently sitting at roughly $459,000. You can find its Kickstarter page here.