Dota 2 Dragon’s Blood- Book 2: Anime sequel on Netflix for DOTA: Dragon’s Blood is in the works. Dota 2 official Twitter account has confirmed that there will be a sequel for the anime Dragon’s Blood. The second season of DOTA: Dragon’s blood will be on Netflix.
With DOTA: Dragon’s Blood, fans got a whole lot of action and mystery. Davion’s transformation, Marci’s cuteness, and Salamene’s schemes are just the beginning. Now that Dota 2 Twitter has confirmed that the sequel is in the works, we may get the answers to the larger questions. That’s right, DOTA: Dragon’s Blood – Book 2 is officially in the works.
Less than an hour ago, as of when this article was written, Dota 2 Twitter put out a Tweet confirming the news of the anime sequel to DOTA: Dragon’s Blood.
Book 2 is coming! The second season of DOTA: Dragon’s Blood is in the works.
— DOTA 2 (@DOTA2) April 19, 2021
Fans reaction to DOTA: Dargon’s Blood sequel
However, the announcement lacks any details regarding the release date or episodes in the sequel. But, the mere fact that there will be a sequel is causing a lot of joy to both fans & pro-players.
Marci supremacy lesgooo pic.twitter.com/sAcEUdcfE2
— 力ミコだよw 💙🌉💛 (@DaijoOwODesuka) April 19, 2021
I’ll say it again
IT’S HAPPENING pic.twitter.com/LpLQNiwqmN
— OG (@OGesports) April 19, 2021
after got punch by marci this guy will become pudge with many stitches on it
— Smitty WerbenJagerManJensen (@raythehomeboy) April 19, 2021
Clearly, the lack of more details is frustrating. Fans are not hiding how they feel about the fact that there is literally no information. Only the fact that it is in the works.
— WePlay Esports (@WePlay_Esports) April 19, 2021
Free to Play on Netflix
Until there is more news about DOTA: Dragon’s Blood- Book 2, there is already some content on Netflix for fans to check out. Free to Play is a documentary about the prestigious International. The International is the annual Dota 2 tournament that features a massive prize pool.
Free to Play traces the origins of the tournament, how it started and its journey to create the record of having the highest prize pool in an esports tournament.