When the Castlevania series first started out on the NES back in 1986 it had only continued to grow in popularity throughout the 90’s. During the 90’s the world had got to see some of the best Castlevania games on the SNES such as such as Super Castlevania: IV and Castlevania: Rondo of Blood. Also Castlevania titles for handheld Nintendo consoles such as Circle of Moon and Harmony of Dissonance were also enjoyable games back in the early 00’s.
The idea of Konami bringing a Castlevania game to the Nintendo Switch has been reportedly discussed within the company which was revealed by European Brand Manager Richard Jones during an interview with MikeNintendo64 a few months ago. The idea of Konami having a Castlevania game on the Nintendo Switch is interesting especially considering the fact that Bloodstained: Ritual of the Night will be available on that console in 2018.
Bloodstained: Ritual of the Night will be produced by Koji Igarashi who parted ways with Konami earlier this year and is probably the closest thing to a Castlevania game that we will get for the Nintendo of Switch as of right now.