Netflix Reveals First Trailer For Anime Dota: Dragon Blood, Arrives Later This Month


Posted on March 10, 2021 by Nick Moreno

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To Valve, Dota might single-handedly be the most impressive property to date for the developer in the last decade. While many of its users and the industry practically praise Half-Life and other Source-developed titles from the company, Dota – more so Dota 2 – remained the most played title for the last four years. That was until Counter-Strike: Global Offensive overtook the concurrent player count back in April 2020 that is.

But despite the game officially being overthrown by its sibling franchise that reside under the same banner, Dota still thrives elsewhere in competitive esports – alike Counter-Strike: Global Offensive does as well. And more recently in a collaboration with Netflix, Dota is being adapted into an anime series. Already, we witnessed the same Capcom’s Dragon’s Dogma last fall.

Now, the same is to occur later in March with Dota: Dragon’s Blood. You can watch the official trailer in the video below:

The preview for the coming animated series reads as such from the official Netflix page: “A conflicted yet courageous Dragon Knight must use the power of the dragon within to stop a deadly demon in this epic fantasy based on the online game.”

In other relevant banter regarding Netflix as of late, the entertainment conglomerate is scheduling to work on a Tomb Raider anime as well. While a release date is left undetermined, it is indicated that The Witcher: Blood Origin Executive Producer is to write the script, Tasha Huo. You can read the full report by heading here.

Are you piqued on watching the anime when it begins streaming later in March?

Dota: Dragon’s Blood arrives to Netflix on March 25, 2021.

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