Highly anticipated, the second season of The Witcher will land at the end of the year on Netflix.
After a trailer unveiled at the WitcherCon, jointly organized by Netflix and CD Projetkt Red, the platform has just released a second one, very focused on action.
The Action Is Here
Released in the wake of the conclusion of the phenomenon series Game of Thrones, which showed the enormous potential of the fantasy genre on the small screen, the series The Witcher had captivated the press and the audience.
Despite its obvious flaws, the first season got away with it, and fans have been waiting for the second batch of episodes.
After a first trailer unveiled at WitcherCon, an online event during which Netflix and CD Projekt lifted the veil on other projects related to the license, the platform has just put online a new trailer.
If the first trailer and the different teasers focused on the relationship between Geralt De Riv and Ciri, this second season is much more focused on action scenes. The least we can say is that this season 2 should be rich in fight scenes and battles.
Thus, we can see Geralt De Riv fighting monsters in his activities as a Wizard, but also violently killing humans, in a parade that is reminiscent of the one that so marked the minds in the first episode of season 1.
The other characters should not, on the other hand, twiddle their thumbs. In this end-of-the-world atmosphere, everyone seems ready to fight, even the magician Stregobor, who shows the extent of his power.
As a reminder, The Witcher season 2 will land on Netflix on December 17. The platform places all its hopes in the series adapted from the novels of Andrzej Sapkowski, in this huge battle of platforms to determine who will be the new queen of fantasy series.
We remember that HBO recently unveiled the first images of House of the Dragon, the Game of Thrones spin-off, adapted from George R.R. Martin’s novel Fire & Blood.
Amazon is working on an adaptation of The Wheel of Time, which will be available from next month, and on a Lord of the Rings series, set in the Second Age, which is highly anticipated by Tolkien fans.
Finally, Disney+ is working on a sequel to the cult film Willow, written by George Lucas and directed by Ron Howard.