A few weeks ago, we shared a brief blurb about the newly announced virtual WitcherCon along with the Season 2 teaser for Netflix’s The Witcher. Knowing WitcherCon’s July 9 start date and not much else, we’ve been left eagerly waiting for additional information about WitcherCon to drop.

In particular, the full schedule that outlines what we can expect to see during WitcherCon. 

Two-Day Virtual WitcherCon Schedule Revealed

If the idea of WitcherCon piqued your interest back when it was first teased, you’ll be excited to hear the full schedule for the virtual event has been shared, offering fans a nice overview in regards to what sort of content WitcherCon will have on offer. 

The schedule was posted to the official WitcherCon website, and if you haven’t done so already, we highly recommend checking out the website. Starting with the basics though, WitcherCon will be a two-day online event starting Friday, July 9. 

On the website, WitcherCon is described as follows

“WitcherCon is a global virtual celebration of The Witcher! This digital convention will be streamed on both Netflix and CD PROJEKT RED’s YouTube and Twitch channels and will be available for co-streaming.

Watch the worlds of CD PROJEKT RED’s The Witcher video games and The Witcher Netflix series come together for an event full of surprises and exclusive first looks. Get ready for:

    • Deep dives into the making of The Witcher games, live action series, anime film, and merchandise, including exclusive behind-the-scenes footage.
    • Interactive panels spotlighting the people who brought The Witcher to life in-game and on-screen, featuring breaking news from the Netflix series and never-before-seen reveals from across The Witcher franchise. 
    • Expert explorations into the lore, legends, monsters, and origins of the Continent.”

 

A note is also included that specifies “no new Witcher game will be announced at WitcherCon” so if you were wondering whether or not that was a possibility, it sounds like it’s not unfortunately.

The first WitcherCon stream begins July 9 at 1:00 p.m. (airing on Twitch and YouTube) and opens with a panel featuring the cast and showrunner of Netflix’s The Witcher drawing cards from a deck of fan questions. That stream is then followed by a look at GWENT: The Witcher Card Game. 

On July 10, the stream will open once again with a panel featuring the cast and showrunner of Netflix’s Witcher. After that, viewers can look forward to things like Witcher trivia and a behind-the-scenes look at the Netflix anime film The Witcher: Nightmare of the Wolf with Studio Mir. 

To make the schedule easier to navigate, we’ve included the full list for both days including the expanded descriptions for the panels and activities as provided by the official WitcherCon website


WitcherCon – July 9 (first stream starts at 1:00 p.m.)

PANEL: The Witcher Season 2: Deck of Destiny with panelists: 

  • Anya Chalotra
  • Freya Allan
  • Mimî M Khayisa
  • Paul Bullion
  • Lauren Schmidt Hissrich

"Destinies collide when the cast and showrunner of Netflix's The Witcher draw cards from an enigmatic deck of fan questions that will determine the path of the panel and the immediate fate of the guests. But these are no ordinary cards — prepare for surprise reveals, backstage insights, and a dash of chaos as our panelists take us through their journey of filming Season 2."

Welcome to GWENT: The Witcher Card Game

“The fearsome armies of the Witcher world clash in strategic, action-packed card battles where skill — not luck — guides you to victory. Before you play a round, you won’t want to miss this look at what GWENT: The Witcher Card Game is all about!"

Converging Destinies

"The Witcher’s Yennefer of Vengerberg and Princess Cirilla of Cintra experienced extraordinary changes and challenges in Season 1, but their evolution is only just beginning. Actors Anya Chalotra and Freya Allan look back at their characters’ journeys so far, and preview what’s in store for Season 2."

PANEL: Memories from the Path: Stories Behind The Witcher Games – Part 1

“For over 13 years, the Witcher series of games has captured the imagination of gamers worldwide. Now, the developers behind the games discuss how they brought their immersive stories to life — before revisiting old memories, uncovering forgotten artifacts, and reminiscing about their favorite moments from the franchise."

PANEL: Geralt of T-Rivia with panelists: 

  • Lauren Schmidt Hissrich, The Witcher Showrunner
  • Declan De Barra, The Witcher: Blood Origin Showrunner
  • Błażej Augustynek, Acting Lead Quest Designer, CDPR
  • Philipp Weber, Acting Lead Quest Designer, CDPR

“It’s a meeting of the Witcher masterminds as key creators of the Witcher games and The Witcher Netflix series team up to test their knowledge of the wider Witcher universe. In this pub quiz-style game, behind-the-scenes tidbits and spoilery sneak peeks are prized just as much as the correct answers."

Inside Kaer Morhen 

“Throughout its many portrayals in the games and on-screen, Kaer Morhen has long been the sanctuary of Geralt and his witcher brothers; but what's the history behind this ancient castle and its place in witcher mythology? Here’s everything you need to know about the beloved home of the Wolf School!"

Monster Slayer: Live the Life of a Witcher

“Your mobile phone is your portal to a monster-infested realm, one that transforms the world around you with every step you take. Time to get out there and see for yourself what the life of a professional monster slayer for hire is like. But fret not, Spokko — part of the CD PROJEKT family — is here to prepare you for your journey on the Path."

 The World of The Witcher Figures 

“Figures capture the magic of the Witcher world in immense detail. They have the power to transport us to new and fantastical realms — and bring us back to memorable moments with our favorite characters. Find out how these pieces are created, what inspires them, and what they mean to the ones who brought them to life!"

PANEL: Tales from the White Wolf: A Spotlight Conversation with Henry Cavill

“To close out WitcherCon, fans will hear from Geralt of Rivia himself, Henry Cavill, who will sit down with moderator Josh Horowitz for an in-depth conversation about fantasy, destiny, and the wider Witcher Universe. The White Wolf may even have a surprise or two in store…"

WitcherCon – July 10 (first stream starts at 9:00 p.m.) 

PANEL: The Witcher Season 2: Deck of Destiny with panelists: 

  • Anya Chalotra
  • Freya Allan
  • Mimî M Khayisa
  • Paul Bullion
  • Lauren Schmidt Hissrich

"Destinies collide when the cast and showrunner of Netflix's The Witcher draw cards from an enigmatic deck of fan questions that will determine the path of the panel and the immediate fate of the guests. But these are no ordinary cards — prepare for surprise reveals, backstage insights, and a dash of chaos as our panelists take us through their journey of filming Season 2."

Welcome to GWENT: The Witcher Card Game

“The fearsome armies of the Witcher world clash in strategic, action-packed card battles where skill — not luck — guides you to victory. Before you play a round, you won’t want to miss this look at what GWENT: The Witcher Card Game is all about!"

PANEL: CD Projekt Red’s The Witcher: Beyond Video Games

“From detective noir to dark horror — all the way to the Old World and beyond, prepare to experience The Witcher’s expanded universe with the latest details on the upcoming comic books and board game inspired by the franchise!”

PANEL: Memories from the Path: Stories Behind The Witcher Games – Part 2

“For over 13 years, the Witcher series of games has captured the imagination of gamers worldwide. Now, the developers behind the games discuss how they brought their immersive stories to life — before revisiting old memories, uncovering forgotten artifacts, and reminiscing about their favorite moments from the franchise.”

PANEL: Geralt of T-Rivia with panelists: 

  • Lauren Schmidt Hissrich, The Witcher Showrunner
  • Declan De Barra, The Witcher: Blood Origin Showrunner
  • Błażej Augustynek, Acting Lead Quest Designer, CDPR
  • Philipp Weber, Acting Lead Quest Designer, CDPR

“It’s a meeting of the Witcher masterminds as key creators of the Witcher games and The Witcher Netflix series team up to test their knowledge of the wider Witcher universe. In this pub quiz-style game, behind-the-scenes tidbits and spoilery sneak peeks are prized just as much as the correct answers."

Strokes of Genius

“The iconic Studio Mir takes us behind the scenes of their work on the upcoming Netflix Anime Film The Witcher: Nightmare of the Wolf, sharing how they adapted the Witcher universe into animated form for this epic new story.”

Monster Slayer: Live the Life of a Witcher

“Your mobile phone is your portal to a monster-infested realm, one that transforms the world around you with every step you take. Time to get out there and see for yourself what the life of a professional monster slayer for hire is like. But fret not, Spokko — part of the CD PROJEKT family — is here to prepare you for your journey on the Path."

The World of The Witcher Figures 

“Figures capture the magic of the Witcher world in immense detail. They have the power to transport us to new and fantastical realms — and bring us back to memorable moments with our favorite characters. Find out how these pieces are created, what inspires them, and what they mean to the ones who brought them to life!"

Inside Kaer Morhen 

“Throughout its many portrayals in the games and on-screen, Kaer Morhen has long been the sanctuary of Geralt and his witcher brothers; but what's the history behind this ancient castle and its place in witcher mythology? Here’s everything you need to know about the beloved home of the Wolf School!"

PANEL: Tales from the White Wolf: A Spotlight Conversation with Henry Cavill

“To close out WitcherCon, fans will hear from Geralt of Rivia himself, Henry Cavill, who will sit down with moderator Josh Horowitz for an in-depth conversation about fantasy, destiny, and the wider Witcher Universe. The White Wolf may even have a surprise or two in store…”


The WitcherCon festivities aired on July 10 will have a number of repeat items which is great in the event you miss a few when they air on July 9. The website mentions this aspect as well, noting:

“WitcherCon will air not just once, but twice, with both streams featuring unique, exclusive content you won’t want to miss.”  

If you want to check out WitcherCon, it’ll be aired on both Twitch and YouTube with the first stream going live at 1:00 p.m. on July 9 while the first stream on July 10 goes live at 9:00 p.m. as listed on the WitcherCon website.

Speaking of which, the WitcherCon website gives people the ability to add the event to your calendar of choice (Google Calendar, Yahoo Calendar, Apple Calendar, Outlook Calendar), ensuring you don’t miss a second of the all the awesome content on offer.

For more on WitcherCon, be sure to check out the official website, and stay tuned for more WitcherCon coverage here at Prima Games! 

Related: Witcher Season 2 Teaser Shown During Netflix Geeked Week, Witchercon Also Announced