Castlevania Nocturne: Netflix announces a new animated series during the Summer Game Fest 2022!

Castlevania Nocturne: Netflix announces a new animated series during the Summer Game Fest 2022!

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This week has been particularly hectic. Between the conferences which have seen a series of revelations around the next video games, Netflix has come to put its two cents in giving us news of its film and series projects. The Cuphead Show, Dragon Age Absolution, Cyberpunk Edgerunners, … The catalog will expand over the next few months and a new Castlevania anime will also be there!

Summary

  • Netflix is ​​not about to let go of Castlevania
  • A new member of the Belmont family in the spotlight

Netflix is ​​not about to let go of Castlevania

To end this week full of announcements in style, Netflix thought it was fashionable to only talk about video games. But beware, there is a subtlety because if the American giant has the firm intention of developing its catalog of games, it will also be able to expand it thanks to adaptations of the universes that we know well. And the franchise Castlevania is clearly part of it since the adventures of the Belmont family seem far from over: already last year, we had heard of a spin-off!

Those who loved the four seasons of the series Castlevania on Netflix will welcome the news with great enthusiasm: the universe of the famous Konami license will continue to expand through a new animated format which bears the name of Castlevania: Nocturne. Over the seasons, the Netflix anime had steadily improved in quality, which only bodes well for this new project!

A new member of the Belmont family in the spotlight

Difficult to pass after what could be considered one of the best adaptations of video game licenses, but Castlevania: Nocturne Seems being ready to assume this heritage and the atmosphere that emanates from it, both dark and tortured, is already having its small effect, even though the extract broadcast by Netflix only lasts a few seconds. However, the time is long enough to reveal to us what we imagine to be the main protagonist of this animated spin-off!

Castlevania Nocturne: Netflix announces a new animated series during the Summer Game Fest 2022!

After discovering the prowess of Trevor Belmont thanks to the first creation of the platform, fans will be able to follow the adventures of Richter Belmont in Castlevania: Nocturne. That’s about all we know for now, Netflix hasn’t accompanied the snippet with a release date or even a release window. See you, at the earliest, in 2023!


About the Summer Game Fest

What is Summer Game Fest?

No E3 this year, but we can still count on another world-class event: the Summer Game Fest, a big show dedicated to announcements of video games to come this year or the following years. It was in 2020 that journalist and host Geoff Keighley launched this now unmissable festival for the first time. Last year, the show featured stunning images from Elden Ring; so inevitably, the third iteration raises high expectations.

When does Summer Game Fest 2022 start?

The Summer Game Fest is this Thursday, June 9 at 8 p.m. The show will once again be followed by a Day of the Devs session devoted to the independent scene.

How to follow the Summer Game Fest 2022?

On JV, we will react live to announcements from the LeStream channel alongside Maxildan and Aymeric Lallée in particular. The show will also be directly visible as a teaser on JV’s homepage. And for those who prefer reading, you will of course find our news throughout the conference. A written summary will also be available

What is the program for Summer Game Fest 2022?

Among the games not to miss, there is in particular the heir to Dead Space, The Callisto Protocol, which shows us its first gameplay images. For its part Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 presents us with its first level. Also on the program: Gotham Knights, Cuphead: The Delicious Last Course, the first game from Aaryn Flynn’s studio (ex-Bioware) Nightingale, the JRPG One Piece Odyssey, the free-to-play Warframe or even Planet of Lana. Geoff Keighley further announced: “We have a few new game announcements for this show and hopefully a few surprises if all goes well. But it’s definitely a show that mostly focuses on things that are foretold.”

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