WitcherCon, an event dedicated to The Witcher franchise, has received an official trailer that reveals the event's schedule. It mixes scenes from the Netflix show with those from CD Projekt RED's games. The event will begin on July 9.
Twitter account dedicated to the Witcher series from CD Projekt RED posted a trailer for WitcherCon, an event organized by developers and people responsible for the Netflix show of the same title. The half-minute trailer of the upcoming event reveals a part of what awaits us at the beginning of July. You can watch it below.
The short video is an interesting mixe of scenes from the show with those from The Witcher 3. One of them - coming from the wedding we take part in Hearts of Stone - shows Shani, which may mean that the medic will appear in the second season of the Netflix series.
It's also worth noting that the event will be attended not only by actors from the TV show - Henry Cavill, Freya Allan, and Anya Chalotra - and its showrunner Lauren Schmidt Hissrich, but also the head of the Warsaw studio, Adam Badowski. So we can expect many interesting interviews and surprises. However, we shouldn't expect an announcement of a new game from the universe created by Andrzej Sapkowski.
WitcherCon will take place on July 9-10. More about the event can be found here.
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