The Witcher season 2 released this Friday, December 17Like the first season of Netflix’s adaptation of Polish fantasy books, all eight episodes of the second season of “The Witcher” will be offline at the same time.
That will happen Friday morning at midnight Pacific Standard Time. It was 3 a.m. Eastern time in the United States and 8 a.m. in the UK.This is a convenient Time zone conversion table Where can I find your city. Here are the conversions for a few locations that you might be close to:
The Witcher Season 2 will be on Friday, December 17th at…
- Angels: Midnight PST
- New York: 3 a.m. EST
- London: 8 a.m. GMT
- Warsaw: 9 a.m. Central European Time
- Brisbane: 6pm Australian Eastern Standard Time
- Sydney: 7 p.m. Australian Eastern Daylight Time
We have reviewed the first six episodes of season 2. In short, it is the more traditional show of the season-no more time to jump-and is interesting in its own way, featuring a father (but still deadly) Geralt, a new side of Yennefer, And Freya Allen’s strong performance as Ciri
If you need, here are review materials for the first season of The Witcher. Please also check out our “Witcher” book guide-it might be interesting to read the cover of Season 2 of the story to see what has changed and what has been missed. (You may have heard that they are also quite good collections and novels.)
Of course, our appreciation of “The Witcher” first originated from the CD Projekt RPG series. In this regard, you may already know that “The Witcher 3” is good, but if you have not played the follow-up card role-playing game Thronebreaker, we highly recommend it.