The first teaser trailer for The Witcher: Blood Origin has been released. The prequel series is set around 1,200 years before the time of Geralt. It is during this era that the Conjunction of the Spheres occurs, a cosmic event in which humans, elves, and monsters encounter each other after multiple worlds are merged together. Netflix hasn’t released the trailer on YouTube yet, but fans have already been posting it.
A teaser has been released for The Witcher: Blood Origin pic.twitter.com/IaDXWtGcVs— r/NetflixWitcher (@netflixwitcher) December 17, 2021
The trailer appears as a post-credits scene at the end of the season 2 finale for The Witcher. In it, there are glimpses of Michelle Yeoh as Scian, a mystical swordmaster, as she and Sophia Brown, who is portraying an elven warrior/nomadic musician, go searching for a mystical weapon. There are also shots of conflict among various human and elven characters.
The new show was announced in July as a six-part series set for debut in 2022. In September, during a blitz of Witcher-related projects, an early behind-the-scenes video was released along with some shots of the cast and crew. Season two of The Witcher debuted on the streaming service yesterday, and to celebrate the upcoming series, Netflix also released some early production images.
THE WITCHER: BLOOD ORIGIN is coming to Netflix in 2022 pic.twitter.com/Bzva1q5jEu— Netflix Geeked (@NetflixGeeked) December 17, 2021