Netflix Reveals First Look At New Castlevania Series Starring Richter Belmont by techlowdown · 10 June 2022 Despite only having four episodes in its first season, Castlevania ranked number seven in the most popular streaming shows in 2017, according to IndieWire. Castlevania’s subsequent seasons garnered positive critical reception, with its third season earning a 95% Tomatometer score on Rotten Tomatoes and its second and fourth season earning a 100% Tomatometer score. Advertisement The series director Samuel Deats will be returning to guide the fang-filled spin-off into vamp fans’ eyes, alongside the familiar hands of Kevin Kolde, the executive producer for multiple episodes of the Castlevania anime, as well as Castlevania writer Clive Bradley. Castlevania: Nocturne is currently in production by Powerhouse Animation and Project 51 Productions. For those who only know Castlevania through the Netflix series and Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, no shame, just know that Richter is kind of a big deal. Though Sypha and Trevor were a tour de force in their own right, Richter is described as “one of the most powerful in the family.” Outside of being the protagonist in the PC Engine classic Castlevania: Rondo of Blood, Richter serves as an important character in the series’ mythos. Given that Richter’s appearances span multiple titles in Castlevania games, I’d say he’s as hearty as he is powerful. G/O Media may get a commission Free Mounting Service Samsung 65″ QLED Smart TV QN95B The ultimate 4K experienceBrilliant details shine even in daylight with Quantum Matrix Technology. Powered by a huge grid of Samsung’s ultra-precise Quantum Mini LEDs, it takes exact control of the individual zones of light in your picture for breathtaking color and contrast. Advertisement Netflix has not yet indicated when Castlevania Nocturne is set to premiere. Correction, 6/10/22, 4:55 p.m. ET: This post previously included erroneous information about the creative team behind the series. This article was originally published by Kotaku.com. Read the original article here.