A new trailer for The Witcher: Blood Origin has been released in anticipation of its release

A new trailer for The Witcher: Blood Origin has been released in anticipation of its release

A new trailer for The Witcher

Netflix has released a new trailer for The Witcher: Blood Origin at Comic Con Experience 2022, showcasing the vastness of the continent, fiery battles and the three elf heroes traveling to try to restore peace. Actors Michelle Yeoh, Sophia Brown and Laurence O'Fuarain show off their battle prowess as elven warriors Scian, Éile and Fjall respectively, who will join forces to put an end to the threat posed by the druid leader Balor.

Shop The Witcher themed here on Amazon! Set 1,200 years before the events of the main Witcher series, Blood Origin will explore the cataclysmic event known as the Junction of the Spheres and how it led to the creation of the world's very first witcher. The story draws from author Andrzej Sapkowski's novels, although it covers a time period that has not been well explored in them or any other associated material. Until now.

A new trailer released for The Witcher: Blood Origin awaiting its release

Being a prequel set many years before the main series, Blood Origin will introduce a series of brand new characters, including the three main characters and the narrator of the series, known as Seanchaí, who is described as a shapeshifter capable of traveling through time and between worlds .

There will also be many familiar names and faces, for fans of The Witcher: in addition to the apparent return of Buttercup, played once again by Joey Batey , the series will also see the presence of Eredin Bréacc Glas , a name some may recognize from CD Projekt Red novels and video games as the King of the Wild Hunt. The character is played by actor Jacob Collins-Levy and appeared briefly in the second season of The Witcher .

Here is the new trailer for The Witcher: Blood Origin :

Originally announced as a six-part series, it was later reported that the series had been cut down to four episodes. Showrunner Declan de Barra explained that the choice is related to the fact that they preferred to speed up the narrative and prevent the audience from getting bored while watching.

The Witcher: Blood Origin will be released exclusively on Netflix next 25 December .