Henry Cavill was noticed on set of The Witcher season two (Image: Backgrid)
Star Henry Cavill confirmed earlier this month that work on the Netflix fantasy collection can be transferring.
The actor was beforehand filming in Yorkshire.
New images from set present Henry in character as Geralt of Rivia, carrying a hooded cloak.
The outside shoot passed off on a windswept hill because the crew, all carrying face masks as a result of pandemic, started working.
The lengthy white haired wig Henry wears as Geralt was simply seen beneath the extensive hood of his costume.
Henry Cavil was in character as Geralt on set (Image: Backgrid)
Filming continued in Surrey (Image: Backgrid)
The script for season two tweaked after the primary lockdown (Image: Backgrid)
Filming had moved from Yorkshire to a studio down south (Image: Backgrid)
Crew members wore face masks on set (Image: Backgrid)
Netflix received followers chomping on the bit for extra episodes, which has suffered delays as a result of pandemic, with a new teaser showing Henry going into battle with new monsters.
The hero will come towards fearsome creatures whereas on a quest with Princess Ciri (Freya Allen) and Yennefer of Vengerberg (Anya Chalotra).
After filming was shutdown in March within the first lockdown, the forged and crew have been again on set since August, with the script tweaked to permit for social distancing measures.
In March it was reported that the season two set at Arborfield Studios underwent a ‘deep clear’ after cast member Kristofer Hivju tested positive for coronavirus.
The Witcher is predicted to return to Netflix in 2021 however an official launch date hasn’t been introduced.
A jokey latest teaser from Netflix sees Geralt’s companions persuade him to get into the spirit of Witchmas (aka Christmas).
The Witcher season one is on Netflix.