The official soundtrack for The Witcher: Blood Origin by the legendary Bear McCreary has been already released and there was one notable absence: the Jaskier song was missing, despite everyone expecting him to sing. Luckily, this question has been cleared.
Yes, Jaskier sings in The Witcher: Blood Origin end credits
Despite his absence in the official soundtrack, we can confirm that Joey Batey‘s Jaskier does indeed sing and he does it in the end credits of the final episode of Blood Origin.
Jaskie’s song is said to be very spoilery, hence the probable reason why it was omitted from the album. But we have zero doubt that Netflix will release it at some point very soon.
Earlier this month, Joey Batey himself hinted that Jaskier sings “very possibly” in The Witcher: Blood Origin, not wishing to give it away up front.
In other news, Netflix returns with their Witchmas project. On the first day they released a beginner’s guide to The Witcher: Blood Origin, which includes a few new shots, such as a new look at Samuel Blenkin‘s Avallac’h.
The second day of Witchmas saw additional character posters of the main players of Blood Origin. Here’s all of them:
Season 3 of The Witcher is in post-production for a Summer 2023 release. The live-action prequel The Witcher: Blood Origin has been set a Christmas 2022 release. Stay tuned to Redanian Intelligence and do pop into our Discord server to join in on The Witcher conversation.