UPDATE: Here's the confirmation.
Oh little birds with tweets of sorrow— The Witcher (@witchernetflix) October 30, 2019
To you we bring some news
For when the rooster crows tomorrow
A trailer shall be viewed pic.twitter.com/uuSZlGrUj9
Lauren. S. Hissrich is on her way and today fans began touring The Continent exhibit, which includes Geralt, Ciri and Yennefer's costumes and the White Wolf's mighty sword.
✈️——> #LuccaCG19 ♥️⚔️🐺— Lauren S. Hissrich (@LHissrich) October 30, 2019
— Breakfast in Beauclair Podcast (@beauclairpalace) October 30, 2019
As you can see, the exhibit really captures the essence of the show. Bad Taste shared a really cool first look with pics and video, so make sure to check it out. La Repubblica has a great report as well and Cinefilos has more costume shots.
As fans left, they were treated to a map and a medallion and Bad Taste explains what those were for (Google translation):
At the end of the course, a medallion and instructions for accessing the other three The Witcher installations within the walls of Lucca will be given to all visitors: by answering the riddles in each activity it will be possible to participate in the draw for a trip to Poland.
Sneak peek of what we’re up to on Day 1 of #LuccaCG19 🐺⚔️ @witchernetflix #TheWitcherLucca pic.twitter.com/EKHt0w5ncx— Breakfast in Beauclair Podcast (@beauclairpalace) October 30, 2019
The tasks included a duel with the dwarves and an alchemy test with the elves.
Dopo il duello con i nani, mi hanno dato alcune informazioni in più su Ciri. Oltretutto mi hanno pure concesso la pietra che la rappresenta meglio, la pietra color smeraldo. Adesso siamo diretti verso il territorio elfico. @luccacomicsandgames @netflixit #luccacomicsandgames #luccacomics2019 #luccacomics #thewitcher #thewitcherlucca #serietv #serie
Polish author Andrzej Sapkowski created The Witcher and he had a panel today.
Sapkowski places his hands in concrete for an immortalized place on the Lucca Comics Walk of Fame #LuccaCG19 pic.twitter.com/BDJ4Cr3Yn0— Breakfast in Beauclair Podcast (@beauclairpalace) October 30, 2019
This lucky fan ran into him in Lucca and shared his pic.
"Il suo nome era Geralt di Rivia...." 😊 È successo, me lo sono ritrovato qui all'improvviso. Un uomo tutto particolare che non si atteggia con modestia, decisamente no, m'ha fatto schiantà. 😂🥰🐺⚔️ #AndrzejSapkowski #TheWitcher #GeraltofRivia #luccacomics19 @luccacomicsandgames @netflixit @cdpred @witchernetflix @gliorti @samucose @silviapac @____zireael____ @vanessazacchi @gserendipity3 @faith_delry
Sapkowski has also been signing copies of his famous books.
Again, here is a look at the schedule for The Witcher at Lucca Comics & Games. More to come!
Quest'anno The Witcher è davvero ovunque! ;) #luccacomicsandgames #thewitcher #Netflix pic.twitter.com/B3fezHzIF3— GDR-online.com (@gdronline) October 30, 2019