Thursday November 24 saw the latest trailer for Recording of Ragnarok Season 2 published by the staff of the anime. Alongside the trailer came a key visual that appears to highlight the various gods and humans that will fight in the upcoming season.
In addition to the trailer, other cast members for the upcoming season who were not part of the first season were also revealed. This is one of the largest information releases for Recording of Ragnarok Season 2 so far, fans are understandably excited for this latest news.
Recording of Ragnarok Season 2 announces the premiere date for the first batch of 10 episodes as January 26, 2023
The newest Recording of Ragnarok Season 2 news included a new trailer, a new key visual, the announcement of new cast members, theme song artists, and release dates. This is the largest amount of information released for the series since the full release of Season 1 on Netflix in June 2021.
The latest trailer for the series briefly recaps some scenes from the first season before immediately diving into scenes from the upcoming season. The trailer mainly consists of battle scenes between humans and gods who will face off in the upcoming season. Most of them receive stills that share their character name and voice actor information.
The trailer also features the series’ opening theme titled Rude, loose dance, performed by singer Minami. Masatoshi Ono will perform the final theme song Inori, which translates to “prayer”. The end of the trailer also reveals a split-batch release for the upcoming season.
The first 10 episodes of Recording of Ragnarok Season 2 will premiere on Netflix on January 26, 2023. Episodes 11-15, which will be the final five episodes of the season, are scheduled to premiere sometime later in 2023. No release window or month has been specified for the second season of Episodes at the time of writing this article.
The trailer also announced a new cast starring Tomokazu Sugita (Gintamas Gintoki Sakata) as Jack the Ripper, Katsuyuki Konishi (Gurren Laganns Kamina) as Heracles, Subaru Kimura (Doraemon’s Takeshi Goda) as Raiden Tameemon and Yuichi Nakamura (Jujutsu Kaisens Satoru Gojo) as Buddha.
Recurring cast members include Miyuki Sawashiro (Sword Art Online Sinon) as Brunhilde, Tomoyo Kurosawa (Land of Shining’ Phosphophyllite) as Goll and Tatsuhisa Suzuki (The seven deadly sins’ Ban) as Shiva. Almost all of the staff from the first season are returning Record of Ragnaroks second season
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