The amount of content derived from The Witcher available on Netflix is still growing. The Witcher: Nightmare of the Wolf will be followed by Nightmare of the Wolf: Bestiary, an 11-minute anime short that will be released after The Witcher: Nightmare of the Wolf in 2021. Everything (tvacute) we know about Nightmare of the Wolf is listed below:
Dig into the dark mythological origins of the many monsters — manticores, wraiths, werewolves and more — stalking “The Witcher: Nightmare of the Wolf.”
It has a pretty exotic tone. Just a little bit too much additional supporting content to go along with the main feature. Then again, is what Netflix is doing with these “companion” films any different from the vintage DVD extras we used to receive when more of us used to actually pay for the movies and TV episodes we watched? Even still, the fact that there are so many shorts and spin-offs available when the main series hasn’t even debuted its third season would be a touch intimidating if I were someone considering entering The Witcher universe. Nightmare of the Wolf: Bestiary’s production team is unknown at this time, although it doesn’t seem unreasonable to presume that they will be substantially the same as the team behind The Witcher: Nightmare of the Wolf.
On August 23, 2022, the unique documentary will be made available to everyone.
That’s what we understand. Hardcore Witcher fans will undoubtedly adore every bit of content that Netflix releases, for which the streaming service is justifiably proud. When you perform a search for the programme on the platform and more than 10 options appear, it can be overwhelming. How serious must things get? Every new movie or season seems to have an encyclopaedia to go along with it, as well as a behind-the-scenes look at how it was made, covering every angle of related information. Just looking at it makes me tired!