The Witcher was an amazing show that went on a rampage throughout the world of entertainment and pop culture. The series was the second most-watched series in the Netflix US market and had been watched by around 76 million by January 2020.
A Polish-American fantasy Drama, The Witcher tells the tale of two people, Geralt of Rivia and Princess Citi, who are intricately linked by destiny. It was so popular that many other spin-off series have emerged or are going to get released.
One such series is The Witcher: Nightmare of The Wolf, which will be getting released soon! Many such details were released at the WitcherCon event on July 10, 2021.
We’ve collected a lot of valuable information about this new show. Here are all the details you’ll need to know about this new The Witcher spin-off.
The Witcher: Nightmare of The Wolf Trailer
Though not many details about the movie are released in the trailer, we can get some glimpses of what appears to be Vasemir. We can see him preparing to battle one ghastly-looking demon. However, the whole vibe of the trailer evokes fear and despair as we catch terrifying glimpses of a wolf howling in the background and some mutilated demon.
The entire background is full of dark colors and the trailer does look terrifying. Now, that’s what we call entertainment!
Plot of The Witcher: Nightmare of The Wolf
The plot of this animated drama is set on a large mass of land called “The Continent”, the design of which is fictional and inspired by medieval architecture. This anime film is set years prior to the events that transpired in the original “The Witcher”.
The plot focuses on the character of Vasemir, who later became a mentor to silver-haired Geralt. Vasemir has to fight off a looming threat that threatens to disrupt the peace of the entire continent. Though he’s busy with slaying monsters and demons for rich bounties, he’s forced to come face to face with his tumultuous past.
This film is all the more important, considering that it will hold the keys to understanding the events of the wildly popular The Witcher. Beau DeMayo, the scriptwriter, promised viewers in an interview they’re going to make sure this anime film stands out on its own.
Hence, they’re working hard to give fans a unique experience that will make them feel like they’re reliving their first experience of watching The Witcher. Now, that’s something all of us wish for but never get, right?
The Witcher: Nightmare of The Wolf Release Date
This animated movie will be getting released on the 23rd of August, 2021. It’s approximately a month before it releases.