God of War Ragnarök Director Says He Would Like to Work on a Castlevania Game

The God of War series veteran Eric Williams shared that he is really interested in creating a game in the Castlevania series if Konami doesn't mind giving a license.

The God of War series veteran Eric Williams who directed the recently-released God of War Ragnarök has shared that he would like to work on a game in the Castlevania series.

Speaking during the latest episode of Kinda Funny Games' Spoilercast, Williams spoke about the Dracula horror action-adventure franchise revealing that every time he finishes working on a game he plays Castlevania: Symphony of the Night, which he referred to as "the greatest game ever made." He also shared that he was playing it the night when God of War Ragnarök reviews came out.

The game director went on to say that he is currently not sure what project he is going to work on next and, surprisingly, brought up the Castlevania topic again saying that he would be really interested in creating a game in the franchise.

"I don't know what I'm doing next but if somebody gets me that Castlevania license we would love to make [it]," Williams said.

It's unclear how serious the game director was while saying these words. Previously, Williams admitted that he would not mind devoting his entire career to the God of War franchise, in which he is already involved.

Earlier, in an interview with the Los Angeles Times, Santa Monica's creative director Cory Barlog revealed that the studio currently has several projects in development but, judging by Williams' latest interview, it seems that the game director has not yet decided which of them he will join.

It's also unclear when the God of War developer will reveal what it's up to – so far, Barlog hasn't shared much on the projects that he mentioned.

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