The Witcher Netflix Series Releases Epic New Fight Scene, Character Posters
Things are really beginning to heat up over at Netflix prior to the highly anticipated release of The Witcher series. While at first there was some concern over whether or not Netflix would be able to adequately adapt the books to the small screen, these worries have chiefly been dispelled in the most recent months leading up to the show’s release. Now, Netflix is continuing to build hype for the series with a new batch of character posters and an epic, previously unreleased fight scene.
Netflix recently took to Twitter to show off more goodies from The Witcher series. The first offering to the fans arrived earlier this week in the form of a brief 24-second trailer showing a bit of a ‘calm before the storm’ before all hell breaks loose and soldiers start attacking Geralt of Rivia and what appears to be a comrade. Check it out below:
All things considered, this was still a fantastic feast. https://t.co/GiB6CFYsNM
— The Witcher (@witchernetflix) December 4, 2019
Not one to leave out Yennefer or Ciri, Netflix then sent out a new Tweet with a set of three stunning character posters depicting both female leads and Geralt of Rivia. Each poster features one character, rather than the group shot depicted on a poster that was revealed late last month.
— NX (@NXOnNetflix) December 5, 2019
Those looking forward to Netflix’s The Witcher series will certainly be in for a wild ride when the show released via the streaming service on December 20, 2019.
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