The Witcher Season 2 Receives New Images Highlighting Yennefer and Ciri

The Witcher Season 2 Receives New Images Highlighting Yennefer and Ciri

The Witcher's second season continues to receive new screenshots, this time showing off the show's two most popular women.

This week has surprisingly brought with it quite a bit of news on Netflix’s The Witcher series. With the second season of the show currently filming, the powers that be over at Netflix have taken the opportunity to give fans a deeper look at what the characters will look like in the coming slate of episode. While we were shown some new images of Henry Cavill’s Geralt just a few days back, new pics of some of the other characters have now been released.

Over on the official Twitter account related to Netflix’s The Witcher, a series of new images for both Yenefer and Ciri have been released over the past couple days. As a whole, the images have a darker tone to them compared to what we may have seen in the show’s first season.

The new pics of Ciri, which can be seen below, feature the iconic character wielding a sword. While she may have been presented as just a mere child in the first season, the future of The Witcher points to Ciri becoming more of a warrior like we know her as in games like The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt.

In the case of Yennefer, things seem much direr for the popular sorceress. Seen in the two new screenshots released below, Yennefer is shown to be in tatters and is even wearing chains around her wrists. Her current situation depicted in these images seems to take place after the events of the Season one finale, which would explain why she looks like this. Despite how grim these images seem though, you would imagine that Yennefer won’t be in this situation for long before breaking free.

The Witcher season two still doesn’t have a release date, but it is set to arrive at some point next year. And beyond that, it looks as though Netflix has already greenlit a third season for the show as well which could be in the early stages of pre-production right now.