Castlevania Season 3 Netflix Trailer Serves as Demonic Valentine to Fans

Season 3 of the Netflix Castlevania anime series arrives on March 5. The show's brand-new trailer features some intense Alucard action.

News about Castlevania Season 3 has poured out of the shadows faster than a demon horde in the last few weeks, and we don’t have long now to wait for the third season of the show to hit Netflix.

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At the beginning of February, Warren Ellis confirmed that Netflix’s Castlevania series will return to the streaming service on March 5. Now, Valentine’s Day has brought a full trailer for the vampire-killing series. 

The magic-heavy clip above is basically a bloody Valentine from the streaming giant to fans, showcasing Alucard and the last of the Belmonts dealing with threats both human and supernatural. This time around, Trevor and his misfit gang of companions try to save humanity from extinction as vampires farm them for blood.

Now that Dracula is (seemingly) defeated, Carmilla and her cadre of allies pose the biggest threat to the show’s heroes — and humanity. Of course, Dracula could return as the big-bad, as he’s been known to do from time to time. 

While there hasn’t been a proper entry in the Castlevania video game series since 2014’s Lords of Shadow 2, there have been titles to fill the void. Symphony of the Night mastermind Koji Igarashi worked on 2019’s Bloodstained: Ritual Of The Night, which is a modern take on the franchise and well-worth checking out. 

Stay tuned to GameSkinny for more news on the flood of Netflix game adaptations, from Castlevania to the cultural phenomena of Geralt of Rivia in The Witcher!

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