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Castlevania: Grimoire of Souls (悪魔城ドラキュラ Grimoire of Souls Akumajō Dorakyura Grimoire of Souls?) is an upcoming mobile game announced on April 17, 2018. 

It was in closed-beta stage and is slated to be released on the iOS platform. The closed beta ended in May 22, 2018. The game, according to a Konami press sheet, will also be available on Android dispositives and will be released worldwide in 2019.[1]


"A future where Count Dracula has been completely destroyed. It seemed like eternal peace came upon the world.
However, a letter delivered to Genya Arikado was about to put an end to that peaceful era.
In order to verify the meaning of the words written in the letter—“The Grimoire has ran wild and Count Dracula will be resurrected”—Genya Arikado heads off towards the letter’s sender…"
— Official synopsis

The storyline borrows elements from Castlevania: Harmony of Despair such as the Grimoire and the presence of characters from past Castlevania games that existed in different time periods.


The game's system has been described as cooperative, with up to four players at the same time. Characters can be improved to grow stronger, and fallen allies can be resurrected with a mechanic dubbed "Soul Resurrection". A cooperative Boss Rush mode has also been confirmed along with PvP battle mode with teams consisting of four players each.

It has been revealed that the game will make use of in-game currency and microtransactions.[2]


Genya Arikado plays the role of main protagonist, and a new character called Lucy Westenra will play a supporting role. Playable characters on the closed beta are Alucard, Simon Belmont, Charlotte Aulin, Shanoa and Maria Renard from Castlevania: Rondo of Blood. Soma Cruz's artwork is present on the game's website, but not on the upcoming-characters' announcement section nor he is a playable character. Characters such as Albus, Richter Belmont, Maria Renard from Castlevania: Symphony of the Night, Jonathan Morris and Trevor Belmont appear as assist summons performing their "Ex Skill" special attacks.



External linksEdit


  1. TouchArcade (January 31, 2019) – [1]
  2. The official page shows a screenshot containing the in-game currency, and the closed beta-testing call page says that this beta version does not allow in-game billing.
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