There are very few days left for us to enjoy on PCs and Bloodstained consoles: Ritual of the Night, the new action and platform developed by the father of Castlevania: Symphony of the Night, from which he borrows his playable essence. Would Koji Igarashi be willing to work on a new Castlevania? The Japanese creative does not doubt it: yes.
” Of course “, you’ve answered Igarashi when asked about this question. ” There are two episodes I was involved in that never came to an end ” adds the creative. ” So I’d like to finish them ” What episodes is it about? ” In Castlevania: Aria of Sorrow we see that Dracula was destroyed in 199, but we never got to tell that story ”
Regarding Bloodstained, Igarashi has made it clear that ” There are no elements of Castlevania in the plot “, but it does have the gaming essence of this legendary Konami saga. ” When we premiered the Kickstarter campaign we discussed a lot about what the fans of an Igarashi videogame would expect, and I thought that they would probably want to ‘gothic terror’ experience. At least not some science fiction or some kind of futuristic setting. ” The Japanese guarantee that there will be similar elements, but they have worked hard to make it a different game than Castlevania.