New anime series ‘DOTA: Dragon’s blood’ based on ‘DOTA 2’ coming to Netflix
The eight-episode anime series called “DOTA: Dragon’s blood” is premiering on streaming entertainment service Netflix worldwide on March 25.
The streaming giant also released a teaser art and video on Wednesday.
It stated that the fantasy series tells the story of Davion, a prominent Dragon Knight dedicated to cleaning the scourge from the face of the world.
After encounters with an effective, ancient eldwurm along with the honorable Princess Mirana on a secret mission of her own, Davion ends up being embroiled in events much bigger than he might have ever pictured
Meanwhile, DOTA 2, introduced in 2011, is among the leading online games on the planet, hosting countless players daily and holding multiple records for top e-sports tournament prize profits.
The series’ showrunner and executive producer Ashley Edward Miller stated fans will enjoy how the team have actually imagined the DOTA 2 universe for the film.
She stated that they have actually “woven together a legendary, psychological, and adult-oriented story about a few of their favorite characters.”
” The cinematic animation, acting and music are just next level and I’m grateful to Valve for supporting our creative ambitions,” Miller also behind “X-Men: First Class,” “Thor.
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Aside from Miller, distinguished studio MIR likewise behind “The Legend of Korra” and Netflix’s “Voltron: Legendary Defender” is accountable for the animation of “DOTA: Dragon’s Blood.” Ryu Ki Hyun is likewise amongst its co-executive manufacturer.– Rosette Adel.