Castlevania Advance Collection has been officially rated for PC in Korea, following the classification in Australia earlier this week. This suggests that the official announcement could be just around the corner.
Konami have rated Castlevania Advance Collection for PC in Korea on June 9, 2021. The rating has been discovered by Redditor AidThisFellowUser , who revealed that The Game Rating and Administration Committee of Korea have rated the game for the PC platform.
Just earlier this week, we discovered that this collection has been rated in Australia which suggests that an official announcement could be on the way very soon. Konami are yet to comment on the matter.
The fans of Castlevania speculate that this Advance Collection of the iconic franchise may feature games released for the Game Boy Advance. These include Circle Of The Moon in 2001, Harmony Of Dissonance in 2002, and Aria Of Sorrow in 2003, all three being critically acclaimed and beloved games.
Other fans are hoping that the collection also includes some Nintendo DS titles like Order of Ecclesia, Portrait Of Ruin and Dawn of Sorrow. Whether these will also be in the package it's unclear at the moment so don't get your hopes up just yet.
Castlevania: Lords of Shadow 2 was the last Castlevania game, releasing way back in 2014. Why are Konami sitting on such an amazing and established IP is a million-dollar question to every Castlevania fan but let's hope this Advance Collection release means things are finally starting to happen for this franchise.