Over the weekend, Netflix renewed its computer game series adaptation Castlevania for a fourth season. The news of release came just over three weeks after the discharge of the third season earlier in March. There is no word on the number of episodes. Previous seasons have steadily increased the count, from four (season 1) to eight (season 2), then 10 (season 3), including a release date for Castlevania season 4. Hopefully, Castlevania won’t take as long because it did last time around. There was a lag of 16 months between Castlevania seasons two and three.
Netflix made the renewal of the Castlevania anime on its geek-focused Twitter account, NX, on Friday within the US. It had been amid a brief video clip featuring Dracula loyalist and devil forge master Isaac looking into his magic mirror.
Developed by executive producer Adi Shankar and written by Warren Ellis. Castlevania follows to outcast the monster hunter Trevor Belmont, magician Sypha Belnades, and Dracula’s dhampir son Adrian Alucard Tepes. The trio plan to defend the state of Wallachia from Vlad Dracula Tepes, who has sworn vengeance on humanity for killing his wife.
About the previous seasons:
The 1989 NES game Castlevania III: Dracula’s Curse supported the first two seasons of Castlevania. While the third season was borrowed from the 2005 title Castlevania: Curse of Darkness.
Castlevania is a Netflix Original horror anime series adapted from the favoured computer game franchise of a similar name. It is one among the slickest looking anime available to stream on Netflix. While many anime fans prefer sub overdub, the series has, arguably, one among the simplest English dub casts available. The series has fast become one among the foremost in-demand Originals on Netflix. And despite long gaps between seasons, they’re quite well worth the wait.
Castlevania season 3 is now streaming on Netflix. Season 4 won’t arrive before 2021.