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Castlevania Spinoff Series Announced, Will be Set During the French Revolution

Good news for Castlevania fans.

On the fifth day of the Netflix Geeked Week, Netflix officially confirmed a spinoff of the Castlevania series, and here’s what we know.

Castlevania is one of the most popular anime series that is available to watch exclusively on Netflix. The show is based on a legendary video game series of the same name and has four amazing seasons.

Unfortunately, the series came to an end with an incredible fourth season. However, it is one of those series that kicked off the anime universe of Netflix. So, fans were hopeful that the show creators would not let go of this masterpiece franchise so easily. Well, guess what? The creators finally confirmed a spin-off of the Castlevania series.

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Castlevania Spinoff Series Confirmed

The fifth day of Netflix Geeked Event was dedicated to Original shows based on the famous video game franchise. The show featured first looks and announcements for several upcoming shows, but the Castlevania spinoff announcement was a happy surprise.

The creators confirmed that the Castlevania spinoff would take place in 1792 France during the French Revolution. And what’s truly interesting is that the spinoff would feature Richter Belmont, the son of Sypha and Trevor Belmont. Besides him, the show will also feature Maria Renard.

Honestly, we don’t know if Sypha or Trevor will appear in the spinoff, but it’s best not to rule out that possibility. The characters from the original series might appear in some flashbacks, but that’s just our prediction.

That’s all the creators revealed about the upcoming Castlevania Spinoff series. Unfortunately, we don’t have any potential release date for the upcoming Netflix show either. But it’s safe to presume that we’ll at least get to see a trailer for the spinoff by the end of this year.

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Shivam Gulati

I am a video game enthusiast who loves exploring everything happening in the gaming community. I enjoy competitive games in particular, even though I lose most of the time.

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