Netflix, one of the largest online streaming apps, has officially announced that “Witcher: Nightmare of the Wolf ” anime will be released to their streaming service in the coming year of 2021. After its 3rd game with Netflix’s live-action show and several spin-offs underway, the Witcher has been successful in creating its own limelight. Out of them, Nightmare of the Wolf, an anime film, has its logo revealed too in the public sphere. The logo seems to have an evil look of the Witcher’s School of the Wolf logo. The theme contains some unsettling music, which clearly indicates a horrific direction will be shown in the project.
Witcher: Nightmare of the Wolf Logo: Elements present in the film
The film has received massive success due to its streaming on Netflix, which contains Season 1 and Season 2. After the release of Season 1 of the series, Netflix has shared that the animated film, which is supposed to have an off-beat story, can be streamed online.
The anime film is also being developed by Studio Mir, whose other popular series is the Legend of Korra. The storyline of the film is written by Beau DeMayo, who is also famous for the Betrayer Moon episode of the live-action series. The episode has been marked as a very spooky arrival into the list of the series.
Along with this, Netflix is also working on a prequel series known as Blood Origin, which is set 1,200 years before the story of Geralt. This six-part show is supposed to mention the origins of the first Witcher with the producer Lauren Hissrich co-creating it alongside Declan de Barra.
The conjunction of the Spheres
It will also show the Spheres’ Conjunction, an event that pulled a variety of races, magic, and monsters into one reality. These gave sorcerers such as Yennifer the power to perform magic.
It is slightly different from the books and games since the Conjunction of the Spheres shaped up Geralt’s tory 1,500 years back. The first Witcher appeared a bit later, so it is likely that the leap of time will be shortened to incorporate the two major events into a single study. It is expected that fans will be delighted with the direction of the film since the story of Vesemir had been in huge demand.
There is no fixed release date for Witcher: Nightmare of the Wolf, but news will be released around 2021.