Dota: Dragon’s Blood Book 2 is coming to Netflix, Valve announced.

Dota: Dragon’s Blood Book 2 is coming to Netflix, Valve announced today. The announcement comes just short of a month of the release of Dota: Dragon’s Blood.

Will Dragon’s Blood have a second season?

Dota Dragon’s Blood will return to Netflix for a second season. Image Credit: Studio Mir.

Dota: Dragons Blood released on Netflix in March 2021 and less than a month later, Valve has announced a second season. There’s no fixed release date for Dota: Dragon’s Blood Book 2 just yet, but things are ‘in the works’.

Dota: Dragon’s Blood found success in many parts of the world. Screengrab via FlixPatrol

Dota 2: Dragon’s Blood was successful in many countries. The show was in the top ten of Bolivia, Bulgaria, Peru, Philippines, Russia, Serbia, Ukraine, India amongst many others. It also found critical acclaim for its storyline as well as presentation. Valve also announced the release of Free To Play on Netflix. The 2014 documentary is widely considered to be one of the best esports documentary. It focused on the journey of three Dota 2 players attending the first ever million dollar tournament in esports.

Marci is Mirana’s servant, muscle and friend rolled in one. The mute character is one of the most liked ones in the anime. Several Dota 2 players were hopeful of Marci to be revealed as the next Dota 2 hero. Valve ultimately released Dawnbreaker with the 7.29 gameplay update.

When will Season 2 of Dragon’s Blood release?

There’s no concrete timeline just yet. But a potential reveal at The International would not be out of the ordinary. Meanwhile, Valve is yet to reveal more details of The International. Dota 2 fans and everyone else can check out Dota: Dragon’s Blood on Netflix. will update Dota 2 fans with more information about Book 2 as and when it becomes available.

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