Netflix has supplied The Dragon Prince fans with an update on Season 4 of the most famous animated series.
The upgrade was released on Twitter and mentioned the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic as one of several factors that have influenced production. “While the pandemic has changed the procedure at each level, the reality is that productions of this scale always take a great deal of time,” the official statement started. “We are writing the scripts and story, assembling the production team, and creating other new, exciting regions of Xadia for one to explore.”
While a formal date for Season 4 was not revealed, The Dragon Prince has other associated jobs in the work. A tabletop game, The Dragon Prince: Tales of Xadia has been developed in cooperation with Fandom. A novel can be in the works, and”canon stories” and behind-the-scenes and sneak peeks of Season 4 have already been promised. Netflix thanked fans for their patience and reasoned that it expected to release more information in San Diego Comic-Con or even New York Comic-Con later this season.
The Dragon Prince had previously released a prose novel titled Moon, in addition to the graphic novel Through The Moon, which leads in the episode of Season 4. The show was renewed for four extra seasons during this past season’s Comic-Con episode.
Made by Aaron Ehasz and Justin Richmond and incorporating the voices of Jack DeSena as Callum, Sasha Rojen as Ezran, Paula Burrows as Rayla, Jesse Inocalla as Soren, Racquel Belmonte as Claudia, Luc Roderique as King Harrow of Katolis, and Jason Simpson as Viren, the first three seasons of The Dragon Prince are available today on Netflix.