Release date of Season 2 of the DOTA: Dragon’s Blood moves to 18th Jan 2022 as per Netflix

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DOTA: Dragon's Blood Season 2 Netflix Anime Series May Have Been Postponed

Rakshak Kathuria
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Dota 2 x Netflix anime, DOTA: Dragon's Blood’s fans may have to wait a little longer for Book 2 (Season 2) as the season appears to have been postponed.
Netflix now shows the anime's release date as 18th Jan 2022 instead of the earlier 6th Jan 2022, that was initially communicated with the trailer in December 2021.
While the Netflix release date of Book 2 of the DOTA: Dragon's Blood has been updated Valve has so far not made any official announcement of the postponement.

Dota 2 x Netflix anime, DOTA: Dragon's Blood’s fans may have to wait a little longer for Book 2 (Season 2) as the season appears to have been postponed. Netflix now shows the anime's release date as 18th Jan 2022 instead of the earlier 6th Jan 2022, that was initially communicated with the trailer in December 2021. While the Netflix release date of Book 2 of the DOTA: Dragon's Blood has been updated Valve has so far not made any official announcement of the postponement.

Release date of Season 2 of the DOTA: Dragon’s Blood moves to 18th Jan 2022 as per Netflix

According to the DOTA: Dragon's Blood page on Netflix, the second book “is coming on 18 January,” when previously it had stated that the season would be out on 6th Jan 2022.

The change in release date of Book 2 of the DOTA: Dragon's Blood was noticed on Netflix

On 10th Dec 2021, the release date and trailer had been announced along with a glimpse into the second season. It showcases a continuation from the first season, featuring heroes - Dragon Knight, Terrorblade, Mirana, and more in a battle between good and evil. It also dropped some hints as to how the second season might play out.

Due to a large number of characters and storylines within the Dota 2 lore, a lot of exciting and surprising elements might be revealed in this upcoming second edition.

For those who have not watched the first season, you can stream it on Netflix. There were eight episodes in the first season, and it is likely there will also be eight in the upcoming season.

For those who have watched the first season and were eagerly anticipating the second, they might have to wait for an official announcement from Valve although it is pretty likely that the release date has been moved to 18th Jan 2022.

The Korean studio of Studio Mir in association with the American screenwriter Ashley Edward Miller is developing DOTA: Dragon's Blood, a Valve and Netflix collaboration. Some well-known actors such as Yuri Lowenthal, Kari Wahlgren, and many more have provided the voices for various characters in the anime.

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Rakshak is an undergrad, an inquisitive person who likes to acquire information and knowledge of varied sectors in esports. However, his current focus is specifically on Dota 2.