Last week, on his YouTube channel, Robert Meyer Burnett let fans know that he is currently continuing episode 24 of DOTA: Dragon’s Blood. Robert Meyer Burnett is responsible for the animation editing and has been working on this project for a year and a half.
The first season will appear on Netflix on March 25, consisting of 8 episodes. Although Valve and Netflix have not confirmed any information, but words from Robert indicate that the anime will last 3 seasons with 8 episodes each.
According to him, the film is rated R-rated, which means that the film includes content that is not suitable for children under 17 years old. However, this assessment only applies to the US region. Valve previously announced that the film will be available in 12 languages and will be released with subtitles in 30 different languages.
DOTA: Dragon’s Blood will be voiced in 12 languages
• Brazilian Portuguese
• Spanish (Neutral)
• Spanish (Castilian)
Additionally, subtitles will be available in 30 languages. pic.twitter.com/USoGEXvsVE
— DOTA 2 (@DOTA2) February 23, 2021
DOTA: Dragon’s Blood is produced by Ashley Miller. He is most famous for his participation in the Thor and X-Men: First Class film projects. In addition, the animation is done by Korean animation studio Studio MIR. They have participated in the projects The Legend of Korra, Yount Justice: Outsideers and the Netflix animated series called Voltron: Legendary Defender. Currently, Netflix has only released the trailer for DOTA: Dragon’s Blood.
— Netflix (@netflix) February 19, 2021
The next episode of Robery Meyer Burnett’s ROBSERVATIONS will feature DOTA: Dragon’s Blood producer Ashley Miller and Davion (Dragon Knight) voice actor Yuri Lowenthal as guests.
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