God of War Ragnarök: the supervisor of the game would love to create a brand-new Castlevania, Konami leaving?

We think that because the launch of God of War Ragnarök (November 9), the groups of SIE Santa Monica Studio have actually provided themselves a little remainder as the website was tremendous. Once the last Nordic episode of the collection has actually been totally absorbed, they will certainly have the ability to use up various other obstacles. We understand that for this follow up, Cory Barlog, the supervisor of God of War 2018, paved the way to Eric Williams for 2 factors. The initially is just that relaunching the collection 4 years ago actually place it on the knees, and also it was consequently better for one more individual to take control of God of War Ragnarök. As for the 2nd factor – which is extra report this moment – Cory Barlog would certainly be servicing an all new certificate transformed in the direction of sci-fi. Without exposing anything, in a meeting with the Los Angeles Times, the person claimed that numerous tasks were presently in the making within the workshop.

As for Eric Williams, he lately made a declaration that will certainly no question excite the interest of Castlevania followers. Indeed, throughout the Kinda Funny Games Spoilercast, the supervisor of God of War Ragnarök showed that he had an interest in the renowned Konami collection. “I don’t know what my next game will be, but if someone could give me the Castlevania license, it’s something we would like to work on“, he claimed prior to including amusingly that his admission can trigger him some problem. Nevertheless, Konami might not shut the door, the Japanese author having actually appointed Western workshops to bring foreground the Silent Hill collection – Silent Hill 2 Remake is created by Bloober Team, Silent Hill f by NeoBards Entertainment, Silent Hill Climb by Genvid Technologies, and also Silent Hill: Townfall by No Code.

The last Castlevania (Castlevania: Lords of Shadow 2) go back to 2014 and also was created by the Spanish workshop MercurySteam.


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