Netflix announces new anime series based on video game franchise ‘DOTA’
Washington (United States), February 17 (RECTUM): A new anime series based upon the popular strategy-based video game franchise ‘DOTA’ has actually been revealed on Tuesday by Netflix.
According to Due Date, ‘DOTA: Dragon’s Blood’ will be an eight-episode series that will be launched globally on March 25 on the streaming platform.
Ashely Edward Miller, who has titles like, ‘X-Men: First Class’, ‘Thor’ and ‘Black Sails’ to his name, will work as show-runner and executive producer for the upcoming series. Studio MIR will be stimulating, with Ryu Ki Hyun functioning as co-executive producer.
Due date reported that the new anime series will chronicle the accomplishments of Davion, who is a prominent Dragon Knight committed to wiping the scourge from the face of the world. Upon his own encounters with an effective ancient, eldwurm and the noble princess Mirana on a secret objective of her own, the ‘DOTA 2’ character ends up being involved in events much larger than he could have ever envisioned.
‘ DOTA 2’, which Valve launched back in 2013, was a sequel to the designer’s initial ‘Defense of the Ancients’ (DOTA). The multiplayer online fight arena title of the world’s leading online games presently hosts millions of gamers daily and holds numerous records for top E-sports tournament prize earnings. (ANI).