KONAMI announces imminent release of KONAMI Memorial NFT collection

The collection will include a total of 14 works from the Castlevania series, including game scenes, music, and newly drawn visuals.
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KONAMI Memorial NFT is a new initiative created to share content that gamers worldwide have loved for years. Although blockchain and NFT technologies are very new, they attract significant attention. And KONAMI is joining the NFT industry with its Castlevania collection. The company states that it will continue to follow developments and listen to player feedback.

Gaming giant KONAMI will celebrate the 35th anniversary of the Castlevania franchise with a special NFT collection. The collection, called KONAMI Memorial NFT, includes 14 unique NFTs. The NFT collection, which will attract the attention of Castlevania fans, consists of game scenes, background music, and newly drawn visuals of the series.

The entire Castlevania collection will be auctioned on OpenSea from January 13. The collection is already attracting significant interest from fans, and the auction date is eagerly awaited.

Castlevania – Dracula’s Castle Pixel Art

Above, you see the original pixel art redrawn for this collection. This work is based on the Dracula’s Castle map that appeared in the original Castlevania game and illustrated the different enemies in the levels. This and similar Castlevania contents will appear as collectibles.

To mark the 35th anniversary of the game, KONAMI has recently released Castlevania: Grimoire of Souls on Apple Arcade, as well as the Castlevania Advance Collection, which includes three classic Game Boy Advance games for PC and consoles. These events have become a beautiful 35th birthday celebration for fans of the series.

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