Netflix have revealed the runtime for the upcoming anime film The Witcher Nightmare of the Wolf. The duration of the film is set at 1 hour and 21 minutes.
Netflix's The Witcher live-action series has been a major success for the streaming giant, both commercially and critically, so it's not really surprising that Netflix want to create more The Witcher content in the near future.
The company already announced The Witcher: Nightmare of the Wolf, an anime spin-off film which should be releasing sometime this year. The details about the film are pretty scarce at the moment. We only know that the story will follow Vesemir, Geralt's mentor, long before he arrived to Kaer Morhen.
Today, we have a piece of brand new information regarding the film's length thanks to an image from the Portuguese Netflix page, which appeared a bit earlier on the website. The image was shared by a website named Redanian Intelligence, and it shows that the film's duration is set at 1 hour and 21 minutes.
If the duration is correct, then The Witcher: Nightmare of the Wolf won't be the longest anime ever but it's still a solid runtime that will hopefully bring a solid story about Vesemir, one that many The Witcher fans are eagerly awaiting.
Sadly, there's no mention of a release date on the image so we'll have to wait a bit longer for that. Hopefully, in the upcoming weeks and months, Netflix release a first teaser trailer for the film so we can finally see first characters, locations and the art style of the film.