On Wednesday night, Netflix unveiled the anonymous series Dota: Dragon’s Blood, based on the popular game MOBA Dota 2. The series is being developed in collaboration with Valve and the premieres of the streaming service on March 25.
The discovery appeared in the form of a short trailer, which you can see in the video window at the top of the article. The trailer sets the stage for the series, and features the protagonist Davion – known as Dragon Knight from Dota 2.
The official description from Netflix does not give us much to go on. Davion is obviously lost in a wonderful adventure, where he faces face to face with dragons and princesses.
According to Twitter account for Dota 2 Dragon’s Blood will explore the Dota universe in “completely new ways”. Exactly what that means remains to be seen, but fans can probably expect a deeper dive into the background of Dota 2 history than what the game has done in the last eight years.
Dota: Dragon’s Blood is the latest feature in the ever-growing list of Netflix-based games. The energy giant already has great success with The Witcher, and is working on series for Sonic the Hedgehog, Assassin’s Creed and Resident Evil.
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