Spring is coming early for anime fans. This morning, Netflix announced that it will debut a new DOTA anime series based on the popular video game franchise DOTA 2. Produced by game developer Valve and renowned animators Studio MIR, DOTA: Dragon’s Blood will tell the story of Davion, a Dragon Knight who sets out to save the world.
The DOTA Netflix announcement came as a surprise to fans, but luckily, the streaming giant has provided us with a few key details that will help make up for lost time. What is the DOTA 2 anime series about? When does DOTA Netflix come out? Here’s everything you need to know about this new Netflix anime!
WHAT IS THE DOTA ANIME ABOUT?
According to Netflix, DOTA: Dragon’s Blood will center on Davion, a powerful Dragon Knight “devoted to wiping the scourge from the face of the world. Following encounters with a powerful, ancient eldwurm as well as the noble Princess Mirana on a secret mission of her own, Davion becomes embroiled in events much larger than he could have ever imagined.”
WHAT IS THE DOTA NETFLIX RELEASE DATE?
All eight episodes of DOTA: Dragon’s Blood debut Thursday, March 25 at 3 a.m. ET.
WHERE TO WATCH THE DOTA 2 ANIME SERIES
It’s never been easier to watch the new DOTA 2-inspired anime series. The entire series will be available to stream on Netflix around the globe beginning March 25, so customers simply need a Netflix log-in to watch.
Don’t have a Netflix subscription? Netflix pricing varies by country, but in the United States, the streamer offers three different tiers: the Basic Plan ($8.99/month for standard definition and single-screen streaming), the Standard Plan ($13.99/month for HD and two concurrent streams), and the Premium Plan ($17.99/month for HD and four concurrent streams).
DOTA ANIME TRAILER: WATCH THE NETFLIX ANIME TRAILER
Can’t wait until March 25? Check out the first DOTA Netflix teaser above.
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