The second trailer for Rooster Teeth’s new animated seriesÂ RWBYÂ
(pronounced ruby) has just been released online at roosterteeth.com
. Â TheÂ RWBYÂ
“White” trailer introduces viewers to the second of four main characters from the new series created byÂ Red vs. BlueÂ
animation supervisor Monty Oum.Â Â The series will officially premiere at the 3rd annual RTX
Â (Rooster Teeth Expo), held this July 5 – 7 at the Austin Convention Center.
For those of you out of the current loop, RWBY is an upcoming animated series that brings four very different girls together for one legendary purpose. These four fighters will come face-to-face with menacing creatures, devious villains, and an incredible cast of characters.
Please see below for a link to the newÂ RWBYÂ “White” trailer as well as the previously releasedÂ “Red” trailer, and stay tuned for theÂ “Black” and “Yellow” trailers.
*NEW* RWBY White Trailer
*Previous* RWBY Red Trailer
About Rooster Teeth
Rooster Teeth is a creative production studio, responsible for award-winning internet videos such as Red vs. Blue, the longest running web series in history, reality gamer series The Gauntlet, live action Rooster Teeth Shorts, and Immersion, a show that tests video game concepts in the real world. Â Rooster Teeth are the founders of gaming website AchievementHunter.com
and produce the award-winning Rooster Teeth Podcast, voted Best Gaming Podcast at the 2012 Podcast Awards. Â With a dedicated worldwide fan community, Rooster Teeth created RTX (Rooster Teeth Expo), an annual gaming and internet convention held in Austin, TX which attracts thousands of gamers and Rooster Teeth fans from around the world. Â The Rooster Teeth YouTube channel became the 8th most viewed YouTube channel in the world (non-music) in 2011 with 2.8 million YouTube subscribers, and the Rooster Teeth website has 5 million unique monthly visitors with 1.3 million registered community members. Â Rooster Teeth has won multiple awards, including 2011 and 2012 Best Animated Series (Red vs. Blue) from the IAWTV, and has been featured by hundreds of major publications and networks including MTV, G4, The New York Times, the Wall Street Journal, Rolling Stone Magazine, Wired Magazine, and many more.