Netflix has renewed its one of the most popular anime series last year. As Castlevania Season 4 is now in the works, viewers are now hyped to see it.
The heroes and the villains are together in one image as they now live in a world where Dracula no longer exists.
By the looks of it, the new season will mainly focus on the tale of Trevor, Sypha, and Alucard.
The brand new poster also shows the new looks they have, from the vampire slayers to the vampire themselves to the devil forgers.
Sadly, it doesn’t reveal when Castlevania Season 4 will drop. It also doesn’t have any footage that will give fans a glimpse of what may happen next.
Anyhow, according to Comicbook, the vampire slayers will be scattered in the fourth season.
The villains, on the other hand, are gathering as many armies of demons as they can.
They plan to take over the world and spread evil the way that they know.
This just shows that the fourth season will “raise the stakes” as fans will once again witness the Belmont Clan and its allies’ story.
It looks like Netflix is hyping up Castlevania Season 4 with its tweet.
“We’re back,” the streaming giant posted, along with the series’ official poster.
It then gave a closer look at Alucard’s shield in the next tweet with a caption, “enhance,” which seemed to show its improvement.
Powerhouse Studios, the studio behind the anime series, replied to Netflix’s tweet, saying, “Somebody put ‘Bloody Tears’ on loop…”
So far, these two tweets have a combination of more than 26,000 retweets and over 75,000 likes.
Castlevania is originally a comic book by Warren Ellis. It tells the story of Trevor, the last surviving member of the Belmont clan.
He is on a mission to save Eastern Europe from extinction at the hands of Vlad Dracula Tepes and his vampire war council.
Trevor then gets the help of his misfit comrades, who also want to save humanity, per Cosmic Book. They are now in a race to find a way to bring the enemies down and save the world.
Netflix has yet to announce when Castlevania Season 4 will be officially out.
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