God of War Ragnarok director ‘would love’ to make a Castlevania game

God of War Ragnarok

While God of War Ragnarok was just launched, fans are already clamoring for more from its team. Its director wants to jump franchises, apparently, and has his eyes set on Castlevania.

God of War Ragnarok director Eric Williams appeared on KindaFunnyGames to discuss the newly launched game. When asked what he’s playing next now that the game finally shipped, he mentioned a classic Castlevania title.

“So funny story. Every time I finish a game, I play Castlevania: Symphony of the Night – the greatest game ever made,” Williams said. “I was playing it the morning the reviews came out because I didn’t want to know and I didn’t want to go talk to the team.”

Later, Williams was asked if God of War Ragnarok would get post-game downloadable content, considering the original God of War reboot never got any.

“Um, I don’t know man, that game is big,” Williams said. “Like, we put everything we had into it, so I wouldn’t count on it.” The podcast then joked about Williams playing Castlevania again, to which he replied:

“Hey, you guys can make it happen,” Williams told KindaFunny. “You have the audience out here, the world, you know? I don’t know what I’m doing next, but if somebody gets me that Castlevania license, we would love to make that.”

Would you like to see Sony Santa Monica having their own cinematic gameplay take on the Castlevania franchise? Would it be any different from the MercurySteam-developed games? Sound off in the comments below!

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