Some excellent news has arrived, Dota 2 followers, to get your week off to an excellent begin. Dota: Dragon’s Blood – the Netflix anime sequence primarily based on the universe of Valve’s massively standard MOBA game – is getting a second season.

The developer has simply posted the information on the multiplayer game’s official Twitter channel, saying: “Book 2 is coming! The second season of DOTA: Dragon’s Blood is in the works.” As per the tweet, which you’ll be able to see beneath, the present’s second season will probably be known as Book II – however that’s all we find out about it proper now. Sadly, there aren’t any particulars about what Season 2 would possibly deliver on both the Dota 2 web site or Netflix simply but, however not less than followers can relaxation assured there’s extra on the approach.

The first season, which launched on Netflix only a few weeks in the past on March 25, explores the adventures of the “conflicted yet courageous Dragon Knight” Davion who has to attract on the energy of the “dragon within to stop a deadly demon”.

We gained’t go into larger element than that for now, in case you’re but to examine the present out, however we are able to seemingly anticipate one thing in an analogous vein to the first sequence – and that it’ll decide up proper after its enthralling conclusion, too, after all. Book I noticed standard Dota 2 heroes from each the sport itself and its wealthy lore – equivalent to Princess of the Moon, Mirana, and intelligence hero, the Invoker – leap into the motion, together with some new faces, too. You can examine the Dota: Dragon’s Blood characters at that hyperlink.

Made up of eight episodes, every round half an hour in size, Dota: Dragon’s Blood Season 1 noticed a reasonably epic storyline round its most important hero unfold, with interwoven subplots implicating its different heroes teased out alongside the approach. While it’s unconfirmed at this stage, we are able to seemingly anticipate one thing very related in phrases of format and story arrive with Book II.

We don’t know when Dota: Dragon’s Blood Book II will launch simply but – not to mention any particulars on what it’ll deliver – however for now, followers can rejoice that there’s extra in the pipeline. While you wait, you’ll be able to all the time try Dota 2: Free To Play, a movie on the esports scene surrounding the sport, which has simply come to Netflix.