In order to get you in the mood for the upcoming start of the Dragon's Dogma anime series, the streaming provider Netflix has released a new trailer. Of course we don't want to withhold that from you.
The video gives you a small taste of the story of the Dragon's Dogma anime series based on numerous excerpts. It revolves around a man named Ethan who lost everything that was dear to him in the attack of a dragon – including his family and home. Full of anger and feelings of revenge, he sets out to not only hunt the dragon, but ultimately also to kill it. An inconspicuous farmer is at his side.
The premiere of the Dragon's Dogma Anima series is scheduled for September 17, 2020 on Netflix. The adventure features appearances by some of the characters and monsters known from the game. As can be seen in the trailer, for example, there is a clash with both a cyclops and a giant hydra.
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