The fight against vampires continues on Netflix: Castlevania: Nocturno will have a second season


The streaming service has just confirmed that the new animated series based on the legendary Konami saga already has its second season in production.

Something for which Netflix is infamous for its tendency to cancel series before it can wrap up its story with a final season, so it’s no surprise that they still We fear that this new production that we love so much will end up being canceled. before being able to witness its end.

Fortunately, fans of Castlevaniathe legendary Konami video game saga, we can breathe easy for now, since the service streaming I just confirmed that Castlevania: Nocturnethe new animated series based on Castlevania: Rondo of Blood which premiered on September 28 It already has its second season in development.

Of course, beyond confirming that the series will continue, nothing else has been said or shown about it. We don’t know when the company plans to release it.

The new Castlevania series

Castlevania: Nocturne is based very loosely on Castlevania: Rondo of Blood, with a multitude of changes and important differences both in the scenario and in the treatment of the characters. In her, They take us to the French Revolution to present the fight led by Richter Belmont and his friends against vampires and the forces of evil. as they attempt to thwart a terrifying plot that promises to bring eternal night to the world.

In the review we published in Vandal Random, we told you that “We are facing a presentation season with all the problems that usually entails.because what they’re telling us is nothing more than mere preparation for the main course that seems to be coming in the second set of episodes.”

“Despite its flaws and pacing issues, It made for some very entertaining hours. enjoying its animation, its fantastic sequences of action, the well-constructed that is many of its characters, its music (or a certain theme of the games that comes in one of the best moments of the series) and of a story that, although it takes a while to start, when it does, it catches up with you and doesn’t let you go“.



Source: Elespanol

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