First image and release date of DOTA: Dragon's Blood - Book 3

First image and release date of DOTA: Dragon's Blood - Book 3

First image and release date of DOTA

At the conclusion of Netflix's Geeked Week, which lasted from 6 to 20 June, a first image and at the same time the release date of the third season of DOTA Dragon's Blood, an animated series inspired by the successful free-to-play video game of the same name, were released. play developed by Valve Corporation and powered by the Source Engine.

First image and release date of DOTA: Dragon's Blood - Book 3

Mark the date on the calendar: the new episodes will arrive starting from 11 August. The third season of DOTA Dragon's Blood will pick up from the finale of the second book, which ended with a big cliffhanger and the revelation of a new villain (read our review here).

It was the creator and screenwriter of the series who declared that three seasons would have represented the right narrative arc. for the series although he would have liked to make a fourth one.

DOTA: DRAGON'S BLOOD BOOK 3, coming to Netflix August 11 #GeekedWeek

- Netflix Geeked (@NetflixGeeked ) June 10, 2022

The story of DOTA: Dragon’s Blood follows the story of a Dragon Knight named Davion, who will meet on his way a mighty elder dragon named Eldwurme the noble princess Mirana. The two will soon confront him with a dangerous and important secret mission to complete. With great courage and willpower, the daredevil Davion will face dangers and pitfalls far greater than he could ever imagine.

DOTA: Dragon's Blood Book 3 to premiere on Netflix 11 August

DOTA Dragon's Blood Book 3 will be released on August 11, likely marking the conclusion of the adventures of Davion the Dragon Knight and Mirana the Princess of the Moon. (Photo: Netflix)

The release date for Book 3 of DOTA: Dragon's Blood, the Dota 2 animated series on Netflix, has been announced.

The show's third season will air on 11 August, likely marking the conclusion of Davion and Mirana's battle against Terrorblade.

DOTA: Dragon's Blood premiered on 25 March 2021 and follows the adventures of iconic Dota 2 heroes Davion the Dragon Knight and Mirana the Princess of the Moon.

While Davion and Mirana are the main protagonists, other Dota 2 heroes such as Invoker, Terrorblade, and Luna also feature prominently in the show.

Season two was released on 18 January this year and introduced new heroes to the story, including Winter Wyvern and Lina, alongside a growing cast of other characters.

Netflix hasn't released any information on the upcoming season apart from the release date and still images.

Fans of the show can expect a trailer to come out soon, as the first trailer for DOTA: Dragon's Blood Book 2 was released three months before the season's premiere.

The impact of DOTA: Dragon's Blood has gone beyond Netflix and even affected Dota 2 itself.

Marci, who is one of the most popular characters in the show, ended up being ported into the game as a playable hero.

Dragon Knight and Mirana also received personas in recent Battle Pass releases that let them take the field as they appeared in DOTA: Dragon's Blood.

In the recently-released patch 7.31d, Marci was also officially introduced to Captain's Mode, the mode used in competitive Dota 2 matches.

Marci went from being an original character for DOTA: Dragon's Blood to becoming a Dota 2 hero herself in the 7.30e patch. (Photo: Valve Software)

As with previous seasons, all episodes of DOTA: Dragon's Blood Book 3 will be available upon release.

While Netflix has yet to confirm the number of episodes for the new season, it is expected to have the same number of episodes as Books 1 and 2, which had eight episodes.

DOTA: Dragon's Blood is being produced by Ashley Edward Miller, known for his work in X-Men: First Class, Thor, and Black Sails, in collaboration with Valve and is animated by Studio MIR, the studio behind Avatar: The Legend of Korra and Voltron: Legendary Defender.

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Otomo is a long-time gaming enthusiast and caster. He has been playing games since he was 10 and is the biggest Dota 2 fan.

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