Netflix’s The Witcher could release in a little over a month’s time, as spotted on a poster advertising the new adaptation of Andrzej Sapkowski’s fantasy series (via WccfTech).

At MCM London Comic Con, Redanian Intelligence came across a poster promoting Netflix’s The Witcher. The competition detailed on the poster said that the winner would receive two tickets to the The Witcher premiere in London on December 16. Now I’m no mathematician nor astrologer nor prophetess, but this hints that The Witcher will pop up on Netflix on the very next day – December 17.

If it does release in December, then it is perfectly poised for a wintery premiere in the northern hemisphere, which is thematically appropriate. Freya Allan, the actress playing Ciri in Netflix’s The Witcher, said that her character will become ‘colder and tougher’ when the princess learns of the terrible, harsh world outside the castle walls. In addition, The Witcher will not be ‘the poor cousin of Lord of the Rings or Game of Thrones’, so we can look forward to monstrously good CGI and fabulous fantasy sets.

Netflix’s The Witcher series does not have an officially confirmed release date yet, but in the interim, why not play The Witcher on the Switch? The Switcher, if you will.
 

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