The Witcher fans all have the same question as Netflix shares first look at terrifying new season 2 monster

NETFLIX has released a new teaser for season 2 of The Witcher – but fans all seem to have the same damning question about the reveal. 

In a short 19-second clip teased on social media, the valiant Witcher – played by Henry Cavill – can be seen facing off against a giant bug.

The mutant-earwig creature – named a Myriapod – can be seen attack Geralt in the forest, however, most interesting of all is what he uses to defend himself.

While using a Quen sign to create a temporary shield, his sword also seems to light up in an orange glow that could, perhaps, be in some enchanted state in order to defeat the beast.

However, fans of the franchise have since taken to Twitter to question why his sword was glowing, with many slamming the 

One bewildered fan questioned: “Can anyone explain why his sword is glowing?

"I’ve read the books and I’m almost certain that he doesn’t have glowing swords. It’s not Lord of the Rings.”

Echoing the comments, someone else also asked: “Wait, why is his sword glowing?

"This means that Geralt already has access to the Zerrikanian Runewright merchant.”

Meanwhile, another fan of the franchise sarcastically quipped: “I love how Geralt has a lightsaber this season.”

It is believed that season 2 will follow a similar path to series 1 and pick up several different plot threads from The Witcher book series.

Speaking exclusively to Digital Spy, producer Lauren Hissrich has promised fans a second season even more intense than the first.

"What I would say is that season 1 is very much about building blocks. It's about constructing the world, and setting up these characters, and putting them on paths.

"When you get to season 2, all of those things start to come to play, which is that characters start meeting each other.

"All of the different kingdoms that you just barely hear about in season one, start rising to the surface in season 2.

"So the storytelling is a little more intense in a way, and maybe a little more focused and driven in the journeys that we're telling in season 2."

The Witcher season 2 will premiere on Netflix later this year on Wednesday, December 17.

    Source: Read Full Article