Koji Igarashi, project lead of the upcoming 2.5-D action game Bloodstained: Ritual of the Night, took to Microsoft's stage at Gamescom 2015 to announce that the game would be coming to not only Xbox One, but also Windows 10. The Castlevania-like title will feature cross-play between the PC and Xbox, letting gamers on both platforms play together.
Igarashi also announced that a new character, a demon hunter with no name as of yet, will be added to the game. The character wields two swords, and casts Japanese spells.
For more from Microsoft at Gamescom, be sure to keep an eye on Windows Central and our presentation liveblog.
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