Valve and Netflix announce anime series in the Dota 2 universe, coming on March 25 Video2021-02-23 21:36:00
Valve partnered with Netflix to launch anime series based on Dota 2 franchise. DOTA: Dragon’s Blood will release on Netflix on March 25, a few days before the start of ONE Esports Singapore Major.
The series will follow Davian, the Dragon Knight ‘devoted to wiping the scourge from the face of the world’. The plot will also tell us about Princess Mirana, Invoker, and other Dota 2 heroes. The first season will feature eight episodes.
DOTA: Dragon’s Blood animatic editor Robert Meyer Burnett revealed more details about the series in his show ROBSERVATIONS. According to him, the show has been in working since 2019. DOTA: Dragon’s Blood will be R-rated, containing scenes of sex and violence. Robert Meyer Burnett added that he is currently working on the 24th episode of the anime series, while Valve and Netflix disclosed only eight.
On February 23, MOBA developers revealed that the anime series will be voiced in 12 languages, it also will receive subtitles in 30 languages.
Dragon’s Blood is produced by Ashley Miller (X-Men: First Class and Thor) and being animated by the Studio MIR that worked for The Legend of Korra, Young Justice: Outsiders, and Netflix’s Voltron: Legendary Defender.