Netflix has announced that the anime version of DOTA: Dragon’s Blood will release tomorrow, January 18. Originally scheduled for January 6th, the show was delayed two weeks. While no exact date has been revealed, it is expected to hit the streaming service sometime in late 2021 or early 2022. Until then, fans will have to wait for their chance to see it. If you are a DOTA fan, you will definitely want to watch this series!
In the DOTA: Dragon’s Blood franchise, there are dragons tormenting the land. They eat people and destroy villages, but there is only one person who can stop them. That man is Davion, a knight of the legendary Dota, who seeks to make the world safer by killing dragons. However, he encounters a demon named Terrorblade (voiced by J.B. Blanc) who wants to rule the world. While he tries to stop him, Davion discovers a secret that will keep him on the right path and on the path to saving his friends.
The DOTA: Dragon’s Blood Honors season 2 will have new characters and storylines. Yuri Lowenthal will play Davion, Josh Keaton will play Bram and Lara Pulver will play Princess Mirana. The episode will be available on Netflix. The release date was originally set for January 18th, 2022. The number of episodes has not been confirmed, but it is expected to be eight.
The show is based on the DOTA 2 game franchise. The creators of the games are Valve, the company behind Half-Life, Counterstrike, Portal, and Left 4 Dead. The series is executive produced by Ashley Edward Miller. The series is created by Korean animation studio MIR. This studio is also responsible for The Witcher: Nightmare of the Wolf. This upcoming season of DOTA will feature several new characters and storylines.
The series is based on the games DOTA and League of Legends. It’s an epic fantasy that follows the adventures of Davion, who has merged his soul with a dragon. Invoker fights against Terrorblade, a mysterious thief who has wiped out all dragons. It was previously announced for January 18th, but the time was pushed back. The season will have 8 episodes, but the number of episodes has not yet been finalized.
The second season of DOTA is currently in production. The show will feature eight episodes and will focus on the Davion class. The series will also include a number of characters that are popular in the game. It’s important to note that this anime is an adult-oriented story. The showrunner, Ashley Edward Miller, says that the series is “a fun and enjoyable experience.” If you’re an adult, however, DOTA: Dragon’s Blood Honors will likely be worth the wait.