Brawlhalla: Added two characters from the Castlevania series

Brawlhalla: Added two characters from the Castlevania series


On the occasion of the Ubisoft Forward, a novelty has also been announced for the Smash Bros. Brawlhalla-like fighting game: the arrival of two characters from Konami's Castlevania series, namely Simon Belmont and Alucard. Let's see the trailer that presents them:

Both characters will be playable starting October 19, 2022. Note that Simon Belmont has also been added to Super Smash Bros. Ultimate. In short, it seems that Konami is trying to sell the Castlevania franchise as much as possible, activating collaborations whenever it has the opportunity. Which bodes well for a new chapter in the series. After all, these too are signs of life.

Simon Belmont in Brawlhalla Heir to the whip Vampire Killer, Simon Belmont is a seventeenth century vampire hunter, protagonist of the first two absolute episodes of the series: Castlevania and Castlevania II: Simon's Quest.

Alucard in Brawlhalla Alucard, real name Adrian Fahrenheit Ţepeş, is instead a half-blood vampire, son of Dracula and Lisa, a human. She will be the woman who pushes him to fight against his father, after asking him on his deathbed not to hate human beings. His first appearance dates back to Castlevania III: Dracula's Curse, but his fame comes mainly from being the protagonist of the masterpiece Castlevania: Symphony of the Night.

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Two Castlevania Characters Join The Fight In Brawlhalla Next Month

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Super Smash Bros. Ultimate might have wrapped up its development cycle, but there are still a number of other brawlers on the Nintendo Switch receiving regular updates. One of them happens to be the Ubisoft title Brawlhalla.

So far we've seen characters like Rayman, Ryu from Street Fighter and Lara Croft from Tomb Raider join the battle, and now it's time for Simon Belmont and Alucard from Konami's Castlevania series to step up. Both of these characters will be playable from October 19th.

Surprisingly, this isn't Simon Belmont's first fighter. He's been in quite a few including the Smash series. Brawlhalla is out now on the Nintendo Switch and is a free download via the eShop. What do you think of the latest fighters for Brawlhalla? Leave a comment below.