Netflix Offers Brief Glimpse At The Witcher Season 2’s Monsters In New Video

Netflix released a new The Witcher video for Halloween and it seems to offer us a very brief glimpse at The Witcher Season 2’s monsters. You have to check out the video below because some of these monsters look very, very creepy.

We’ve been looking forward to seeing The Witcher Season 2 ever since we finished the first season. It was really one of the most interesting new shows I’ve watched on Netflix for quite some time. There were some issues with the first season, yet I’m pretty sure they’ll sort that out for Season 2.

The Witcher Season 2 is currently filming, and yet Netflix seems to be already be teasing future monsters Geralt of Rivia will be up against in the next season. Have a look at the video Netflix posted below for Halloween in which there are brief glimpses at these new monsters (via Redanian Intelligence).

The Witcher’s new video shows us some new monsters for Season 2

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So, if you watched very carefully, then you would have seen a new yuky-looking monster with just one eye. The other monster is actually three skeletons, and knowing the lore, they’ll probably be bad news for Geralt in Season 2.

I’ve posted screenshots of the monsters below, and they really have been eagerly waiting for new footage from Season 2. There have been some set photos of Henry Cavill as Geralt of Rivia. He looks incredible by the way.

The Witcher Season 2 new monsters Netflix

Credit: Netflix

The Witcher Season 2 new monsters

Credit: Netflix

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