The Witcher: Nightmare of The Wolf, which will serve as a spinoff for the Witcher series, will be released soon on Netflix.
The Witcher: Nightmare Of The Wolf Details
This spinoff is said to cover the origin of Vesemir and establish the relationship between Geralt and his mentor.
Vesemir, who will be making his debut in the second season, will be making his Netflix debut in an animated film. The film is supposed to give us a better understanding of Geralt and Kaer Morhen’s past.
The anime, which didn’t suffer any delay due to the pandemic like the second season, is one of the most expected projects under the Witcher banner.
Kim Bodina of Killing Eve fame will be playing the live-action role of Vesemir.
When will the anime release?
Well, Netflix has already created a page for the film, and it has some details. For one, we know the running time of the film, and it is 1 hour 27 minutes.
We are sure that the film will be released before the second season and that should be within these next two months.
The series wrapped its filming after so many delays this April 1st, and the talk about the second season coming this September is already making rounds.
But, the show may take a while because it will have a lot of post-production work to cover, but the anime may already be ready.
There are chances that the studio is waiting for everything to settle so that they could fix a date for the release of The Witcher’s second season and then fix one for the film.
Will we see Geralt in the series?
We will see a live-action Vesemir by this year’s end, and according to the book fans, Vesemir is the one who took care of Geralt and is like a father figure to him.
If that’s the case, we might get a glimpse or even some young Geralt scenes in animated form.
The thing here is that when the second season was wrapping up, we got to hear that Young Geralt and Young Vesemir were seen shooting. We don’t know what is exactly going on, but it will be good.
The anime film will release by the end of Summer according to what we could collect. Let’s just hope it’s true.