The famous Devil May Cry video game will be adapted for the animated series by producer Castlevania, Adi Shankar.
A few weeks ago, the manufacturer claimed on Instagram that he is in talks with a very well-known Japanese video game company to adapt the "cult video game" to the animated series. If many hoped it was the adaptation of "The Legend of Zelda", they must be disappointed.
During an interview with IGN, Adi Shankar raised the veil for the video game, which will be released in the animated version: Devil May Cry. The world of video games can also join another, Castlevania, in which we also find a producer. Two universes, separate and developed by different companies, can join "multi-role bootlegs," Shankar said.
Mysterious conditions that the manufacturer did not want to explain more, but we can expect that the heroes of Castlevania and Devil May Cry will meet in one or the other episode. Adi Shankar also claimed that he obtained the rights of the latter, which would allow greater freedom to create and develop this multiverse.
An acquisition that certainly helped the very positive views of the Castlevania community. The animated adaptation of the Netflix series has really won the audience and has already received the green light for the third season.
Still, he will still be patient when he sees Dante's demon hunter in an animated series. No other information was disclosed.