Castlevania’s third season on Netflix debuted on March 5, and they didn’t stand by long to let us know No. 4 is affirmed, as well.
Word went out on Friday with an extremely concise video declaration over Twitter. The vivified arrangement’s 10-scene season finished on a cliffhanger that appeared to communicate certainty the fourth season would becoming (and it might even situate the story toward the primary game), so this is not really amazement to fans.
The third season we just viewed was likewise immediately affirmed (five days after it debuted in October 2018), it just took a short time longer to hit Netflix. Yet, that one likewise had a greater scene request (with orderly spending plan), and author Warren Ellis said he “went somewhat distraught and sort of tried the limits of the thing.”
The initial two seasons (the 4-scene debut in July 2017, and the 8-scene run in 2018) adjusted the 1990 prequel game Castlevania 3: Dracula’s Curse. The third season drew material from 1997’s Castlevania: Symphony of the Night and 2005’s Curse of Darkness.