On Thursday, Netflix unveiled a brand-spanking-new trailer for its upcoming Castlevania spin-off sequence, Castlevania: Nocturne.
Castlevania: Nocturne, which takes place lengthy after the fourth season of Castlevania, follows Richter, the great-great-great-great-great-great-great-great-great-great-great-great-grandson of Trevor Belmont and Sypha Belnades. Followers of the Castlevania video games will know Richter from a number of entries within the sequence, together with the PC Engine basic Castlevania: Rondo of Blood. In typical Powerhouse Animation trend, the trailer options snippets of deliciously good, lightning-fast motion sequences stitched along with sprays of blood. You possibly can test it out beneath.
The trailer opens with the grotesque homicide of Richter’s mom by the hands of a vampire, setting the younger Belmont on a path of revenge towards the vampire who vows to take his life as nicely. The remainder of the teaser provides followers a peek on the battle between vampires and vampire hunters whereas France is on the cusp of its revolution. If the trailer is any indication, the continuing battle will culminate throughout a photo voltaic eclipse which can pull the tide of battle within the creatures of the night time’s favor, except Richter can cease them in time.
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We bought our first peak at Castlevania: Nocturne final 12 months throughout Netflix Geeked Week. Though the 42-second announcement trailer solely showcased snapshots of Richter’s blue Belmont cloak, the long-lasting Vampire Killer whip, and his smoldering glare, it attracted the eye of many vampire-starved eyes, as did the present’s new teaser poster shared on Twitter teasing Thursday’s official trailer.
Very like its brief-yet-hype-inducing teaser trailer, yesterday’s teaser poster additionally primarily showcased Richter’s again and trademark snatched Belmont waist. Collection director Samuel Deats chimed in with a deadpan response to the extent of enthusiasm obtained for the teaser picture.
“Holy shit y’all’re hungry,” Deats wrote on Twitter. “People actually like Richter’s again.”
Sure, the streets are certainly speaking and the consensus is that Castlevania followers crave extra Richter again photographs. To be honest, the one factor people needed to tide themselves over when it comes to Castlevania: Nocturne content material up till this level was a GIF shared by Netflix Geeked of Maria Renard, a distant relative to Richter and fellow vampire hunter who’s simply as painfully enticing as he’s. Like critically, these Belmont genes are heaven-sent.
Castlevania: Nocturne will arrive on the streamer on September 28.