The Witcher season 2 has a first blink-and-you’ll-miss-it look courtesy of Netflix’s Geeked Week. Are you prepared? It’s time to get started deciphering a teaser that will be charitably called mysterious.
Focusing on Ciri (Freya Allan) and what seems like her significant step up in development and training beneath Geralt’s watchful eye at the Witcher’s ancestral house of Kaer Morhen, The Witcher season 2 first appearance highlights the show’s likely bump in funding. It’s looking amazing.
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It is also decidedly frustrating for people hoping to get a sizeable look in The Witcher season 2. Several disparate images, perhaps a hint to Ciri’s considerable powers in the books, fly beyond the screen. Is that a vision? Or something more sinister? In any event, the Child of Surprise says that she needs to “understand.” You and us both, kid.
Interspersed from the teaser is a pair of Elven words, which might just unlock some more hidden details about the show’s upcoming story. The 10-second clip, then, is designed to be unpicked, unpacked, and unspooled as we hurtle towards The Witcher season 2’s upcoming release window.
That is right, we even have a general idea of when The Witcher season 2 is coming to Netflix. Netflix co-CEO Ted Sarandos has already said,” the coming seasons of some of the most popular shows like The Witcher” will land in Q4 2021, which means Geralt, Roach, Jaskier, and the remainder of The Continent’s colorful cast mages and dopplers will be right back between October and December of the year.
Netflix has been occupied during Geeked Week. In news that will please video game fans aching for high-quality adaptations, there is a new Castlevania series confirmed to maintain the functions and even a first proper appearance at King Dice in The Cuphead Show. Exciting!