Dota 2 turns into an animated series on Netflix
Dota 2 turns into an animated series on Netflix

Netflix is ​​preparing to release a new animated series based on the online multiplayer battlefield in Valve Dota 2.

The series consists of eight episodes, titled "Dota: Blood of the Dragon," which will be shown on March 25 around the world.

"Dragon Blood" was developed under the direction of director, screenwriter and producer Ashley Miller (Ashley Miller). Previously appeared in X-Men: First Class, Thor, and Terminator: Sarah Kang. News of the days from near.

"Fans love our vision of the world of 'DOTA 2' and the way we weave epic and emotional adult stories around their favorite characters," Miller said in a statement.

"The animation, performance and soundtrack of the film represent the next level, and I thank Valve for supporting our innovative ambitions."

Netflix said, "The next fictional series tells the story of Davion who works to eradicate the disease from the world."

She added: After meeting an ancient and powerful figure and the aristocratic Princess Mirana on her own secret mission, Davion participated in much more activities than he realized.

The series' animator is responsible for the Korean animation studio Studio MIR, responsible for the Legend of Korra and Voltron: Legendary Defender.

Valve released Dota 2 in 2013 as a sequel to Defense of the Ancients. Warcraft III: Reign of Chaos is an online multiplayer battlefield model.

Valve may not be as popular as it has been in the past few years, but she hopes to entice players to release hero updates throughout the year rather than bundling them all into one big release.

Dota 2 isn't the only major online multiplayer battlefield game to have its TV series.

Riot Games is producing an animated series for League of Legends "Mystery", but the original series has been postponed until 2020 and is now scheduled for release this year.

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