Netflix released an interactive Google Maps-style map for The Witcher to explain the brain hack timeline

After season 1 The Witcher At the end, fans will have to wait for at least more than a year to continue to follow the adventure of the white wolf Geralt. From a series that has caused a lot of skepticism before it aired, this film has now officially become the most popular TV series on Netflix in many countries, surpassing other formidable names such as Stranger Things good Black Mirror. Therefore, in the meantime for this second season, Netflix is ​​doing everything it can to help The Witcher Maintain his flames of excitement in the hearts of fans.

One of the most disturbing details of the eight episodes of Season 1 is the way the story is told in parallel between three different timeline: Geralt, Yennefer and Ciri. This makes reality, the past, and even the past of the past intertwined, and certainly made many fans bewildered, plowing through the whole already and still not really understanding.

Netflix of course knows this very well, which is why they recently launched the official interactive map of the world. The Witcher, be able to answer any fan’s questions about this series. You can experience it for yourself here.

Netflix has released an online map of The Witcher world for viewers to follow and update knowledge about this series.

The interface of this interactive map is also quite simple, easy to use, like Google Maps but redesigned in medieval style. At the bottom of the screen is what most fans expect: The official timeline The Witcher published by Netflix itself. We have gray as the time line throughout the universe, orange yellow is Geralt, purple of Yennefer and blue of Ciri.

On each timeline, there are dots representing the events before and during the movie, sorted by number of years for audiences to follow. Every time you click on the dot, the map will zoom into the corresponding event area, very easy and convenient. The opening event for all is the Conjunction of the Spheres, which marks the appearance of humans and monsters on the continent. This timeline will continue to update as the following season airs.

Netflix released an interactive Google Maps style map for The Witcher to explain the brain hack timeline | Live

Timeline and events are arranged in order, easy to follow.

Not only does it explain the timeline, this interactive map also serves as a mini encyclopedia site about The Witcher. When you type a keyword related to this series into the search box, you will be provided with a lot of information on the sidelines to be able to better understand this series. For example, when entering the phrase “Geralt” here, the map will give suggestions like “Geralt of Rivia” (character), “Geralt returns to Cintra” or “Geralt is born” (event).

On the other hand, despite the interactive map of Witcher It allows users to change languages, but currently they do not support Vietnamese. The languages ​​you can use include: English, German, Portuguese (Brazil), Spanish, Italian, French, Dutch, Turkish and Polish – the birthplace of The Witcher.

Netflix released an interactive Google Maps style map for The Witcher to explain the brain hack timeline | Live

When searching by keyword, the map of Netflix will provide a lot of insights for the audience.

However, besides the language barrier, in general, this is still a very interesting way for the audience to re-organize the events that occur in The Witcher, and better understand the series before the next season premieres. Besides, there have been rumors recently Netflix is ​​preparing to release an animated version of Monster Hunter, planning on airing alternating with the main movie seasons. The animated version will serve as a spin-off, with the purpose of explaining more about the events taking place in the film version, and also introducing other supporting characters related to Geralt.

Season 2 of The Witcher will officially begin shooting in February, scheduled to air in 2021.

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