The Witcher prequel gets Bear McCreary as its composer, finds its fight choreographer and an intriguing new logo

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There hasn’t been much news of late regarding The Witcher: Blood Origin, but since the limited series starring Laurence O’Fuarain is only in pre-production, that is to be expected. Today we have a tiny recap of two pieces of news.

First off, the big one: showrunner Declan de Barra officially announced that Bear McCreary will compose the score for The Witcher: Blood Origin. McCreary needs no introduction as he’s one of the most famous and well-regarded composers out there with his phenomenal work for on such productions as Outlander, Black Sails, God of War, Battlestar Galactica among countless of others along with his Emmy-winning score for Da Vinci’s Demons.

Bear McCreary

In another news, we have fight choreographer Godefroy Ryckewaert returning from The Witcher Season 2. He took it to social media to announce this along with an intriguing new logo for the series.

Meanwhile, our star Laurence O’Fuarain continues to train and prepare for Blood Origin so that his Fjall Stoneheart looks all the more impressive on screen.

And that will be all for now. Stay tuned for more news in the coming weeks leading to WitcherCon on July 9, 2021 where we will likely see the first trailer for The Witcher Season 2.

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