After yesterday’s announcement that Fuze stepped in to fund all of Red Ash, Comcept has detailed what backer funds will support. This is, of course, predicated on the campaign recovering its losses from yesterday and raising an additional $300,000 in the next three days.

The good news is that with Fuze backing the project, Red Ash will be a full game (instead of only a few of the chapters guaranteed). The stretch goals, funded at the $800,000 level, include one post-game dungeon, one additional playable character, and a loosely detailed post-game “village reconstruction” mode.

Comcept is also remaining silent on retailers listing a delay for Mighty No. 9. We’ve reached out to the company and have not yet heard back on the matter.

[Source: Kickstarter]

 

Our Take
These stretch goals are very loosely defined, and it took Comcept 25 percent of the remaining campaign time to update with this information. At this point, it doesn’t look like it matters much. Unless an angel backer swoops in, this campaign has little chance of success.