The second season of DOTA: Dragon’s Blood is currently in the works.
For DOTA 2 fans, here’s some good news to start your week as DOTA 2 developer Valve Software has confirmed that DOTA: Dragon’s Blood will be getting a second season on Netflix.
The latest announcement comes about a month after the release of its first season in March and the news of the upcoming season is undoubtedly exciting for DOTA 2 fans.
Valve has yet to confirm the release date for the second season.
Although there are no concrete details provided, the show is currently in the works and is expected to contain the same number of episodes as the first season.
Other DOTA 2 heroes such as Luna the Moon Rider, Carl the Invoker and Terrorblade will make their appearances in the second season alongside several new characters too.
DOTA: Dragon’s Blood is an eight-part anime series based on the popular multiplayer online battle arena (MOBA) game, DOTA 2.
First premiered on Mar 25, season one follows the adventures of DOTA 2 hero Davion, a renowned Dragon Knight, who tries to fight against a deadly demon and stop his evil plans.
The second season is expected to follow up from the first season’s thrilling ending.
Studio MIR, the South Korean animation company that developed the first season of the anime series, is expected to handle the production for the second season as well
For now, fans can check out Valve’s Free to Play documentary on Netflix as they await the release of the anime’s second season.
Free to Play revolves around three professional gamers from around the world who competed in the first DOTA 2 International Tournament for a one-million-dollar prize back in 2011.
Fans can follow DOTA 2’s Twitter for the latest updates on the second season of the series.
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