The coronavirus has delayed the recording for months and will not be resumed until early August; it will not be available for release until December 2020.
The coronavirus pandemic is delaying all the major releases of the year and also slowing down the recording of movies or series. The second season of Netflix’s The Witcher, which was inspired by Andrzej Sapkowski’s novels and turned into a successful video game by CD Projekt RED, has been hit hard by this setback. We knew that shooting was stopped because of this problem and the detection of infected people, and the Redanian Intelligence site – dedicated to information about the series – says that work will resume on August 7.
The date was approximately the same as the expected completion date of the recording, so the end of the filming will now be delayed to February 2021. This will no doubt have an impact on the release date, which was expected to be December 2020. Henry Cavill, who plays Geralt, and Freya Allan -Ciri-, would already be ready at Arborfield Studios to start recording in the next few days.