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Wednesday, February 17, 2021

‘Blasphemous’ Meets ‘Bloodstained’ in New “Strife And Ruin” Update

Team 17 and The Game Kitchen have announced that their soulslike Blasphemous will have a crossover update in the form of Miriam from Inti Creates’ Bloodstained: Ritual of The Night. The “Strife and Ruin” update hits tomorrow, February 18th for consoles and PC.

The story for the update has The Penitent One helping Miriam return to her world. Players must complete a series of platforming challenges and collect shards to repair her portal home. Doing so will grant players a special reward.

A new challenge isn’t the only thing for the Strife and Ruin update, as it also introduces Boss Rush Mode, which becomes available after completing the main storyline. The mode features courses containing a selection of bosses that players take on using any of their save files. Each run is assigned a score based on various factors, with medals available for the toughest of Penitents.

If that wasn’t enough, a Demake Area has also been added that pays homage to classic 8-bit platformers, and can be accessed from inside an arcade cabinet that is hidden in a secret location on Cvstodia. With reimagined visuals to match the retro style and “retro” core mechanics, The Penitent One must strive to gather five golden skulls and defeat a new boss to reap the rewards.

The Game Kitchen has also included several new render modes for the game that emulate older TV effects that can be applied throughout the entire standard game.

Blasphemous is available now for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, and PC via Steam.



source https://bloody-disgusting.com/video-games/3652404/3652404/

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