Red Ash fully funded by Fuze for PS4, Xbox One, and PC

All Kickstarter funds are now going towards new content.

Red Ash: The Indelible Legend

Despite its Kickstarter being at just over half its funding goal with four days left, development on Red Ash: The Indelible Legend is greenlit, and not only for PC and PlayStation 4, but for Xbox One, as well.

Fuze Entertainment, a Chinese digital entertainment company, has joined Comcept as a partner on the title, and as a backer of sorts. That means the initial “KalKanon Incident” portion of the game (three episodes, eight hours total) will be developed to completion. Comcept will retain the rights to the game, as well.

As for the Kickstarter campaign, if it succeeds, all money will go towards more content. “Consider your pledge a contribution to stretch goals from here on out,” Comcept said. As for what they are, they’ll share more about that in the future.

“We know we’re in the final days of our campaign, but we’d like to ask fans to continue their support of Red Ash! Your money is going towards 100% content now, so please look forward to the revised ‘stretch goals’!”

If you missed it, Comcept released a playable mock-up of the game yesterday.

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