Following its look on the Australian Classifications Board earlier this yr, a brand new itemizing on the Taiwan Ratings Board reveals that Castlevania Advance Collection is coming to PS4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, and PC. Additionally, the brand new itemizing additionally consists of brand artwork for the game.

Back in June, an inventory for Castlevania Advance Collection was leaked by the Australian Classifications Board web site. The itemizing talked about that the game would launch on a number of platforms, however didn’t specify which platforms. Furthermore, whereas there was hypothesis that the gathering would characteristic previous Castlevania titles, there was no affirmation on which titles it will embrace.

With the Taiwan Ratings Board itemizing, nonetheless, we now know that the game will launch for current-gen consoles in addition to PC. In addition to this, the itemizing’s description has confirmed that the gathering will embrace Castlevania: Circle of the Moon, Castlevania: Harmony of Dissonance, Castlevania: Aria of Sorrow, and Castlevania: Dracula X. All of those titles—except for Dracula X which launched on PC—have been initially launched for the Game Boy Advance from 2001 to 2003. Notably, Castlevania Advance Collection seems to be like it’s utilizing the unique cowl artwork from Circle of the Moon.

In addition to the above-mentioned video games, the outline additionally reveals that it’s going to embrace a “rewind function” in addition to different options to make gameplay simpler. Furthermore, the gathering will embrace unreleased paintings from the traditional titles, probably in a gallery mode just like different just lately re-released video games. Finally, the outline additionally lists a “Launch Date” of September 23, 2021, although whether or not extra not they really imply the game will drop inside the subsequent 24 hours is unconfirmed. Perhaps will probably be a shock launch as a part of in the present day’s Nintendo Direct.

Konami has been re-releasing previous Castlevania titles for some time now. Back in 2019, the Castlevania Anniversary Collection was leaked in a similar way by way of the Australian Classifications Board earlier than releasing a day later.

[Source: Gematsu]