DOTA: Dragon’s Blood Book 2 delayed, but here’s when it comes out

By Steven Rondina


Jan 2, 2022

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The premier of DOTA: Dragon’s Blood Book 2 has been quietly pushed back by Netflix.

Back in December, Netflix revealed that the second season of the animated series based on Dota 2 was receiving a second season much sooner than initially expected. While the first season took years to develop, the second season was announced for January 6.

Though that announcement came just four weeks ago, something has changed within that time which necessitates the postponement of its launch. The good news is that while the second season will see its premiere date pushed back, fans won’t have to wait for it too much longer.

When does DOTA: Dragon’s Blood Book 2 come out?

DOTA: Dragon’s Blood Book 2 is now coming out on January 18.

This news wasn’t actually announced anywhere but has been confirmed on Netflix’s official page for the show. It is unclear what led to the second season’s postponement and creator Ashley Miller hasn’t offered any insight into the move on Twitter. 

The delay could stem from a wide variety of factors ranging from localization to an audible from Netflix based on the watching habits of key markets for the show. Either way, fans won’t have to wait too much longer to find out what happens to Davion, Mirana, Marci, and Fymryn.

What happens in DOTA: Dragon’s Blood Book 2?

DOTA: Dragon’s Blood Book 2 will follow Davion and Mirana following the fall of Selemene from the first season.

Davion was captured by the other Dragon Knights, who are looking to separate him from Slyrak. Hot on his heels is Terrorblade, who is still looking to gain the power of Slyrak and the other Eldwurms.

Mirana is in command of the Dark Moon forces and is seemingly looking to bring back Selemene, but is facing resistance from Lina. Invoker is likely to play a role in both of their stories, as he arranged Selemene’s fall with Terrorblade and seems to be working with other Eldwurms as well.

The true nature of Selemene, the endgame for Invoker are still unclear, and many other questions still linger. Here’s hoping they’re answered in the second season.