Ever wondered what happened to Record of Ragnarok and if season 2 would release? If your answer was yes, then then we have some good news for you. Season 2 of this show is already in the making – so without further ado, let’s dive in further! Record of Ragnarok Season 2 is anticipated by fans who are done with the first season of it. It may be a Japanese manga entertainment show, but the fans are spread all across the world.
The series is originally a manga composition by Shinya Umemura and Takumi Fukui and outlined by Ajichika. Unfortunately, when the manga was adjusted for its television appearance, director Masao Okubo cut and changed several parts of it.
The series was met with some outrage from people because it was said that the anime did not depict the manga as well as it should have. In addition, this anime has a fair share of other controversies as well. Before its debut in India, it was shut shown by the Indian government as it was considered offensive to Hindus. Keeping this one aside, the series didn’t do well on other stages either.
But some fans were impressed by the story and are looking forward to another season. The producers should consider facts at each point of the second season now so that it may as well be greeted positively.
Record of Ragnarok Season 2 Renewal Status and Release Date
The record of Ragnarok Season 2 has, however, not been re-established by Netflix yet. We would need to keep patient till another season to come out with a better story; in any case, the second season has not gotten any green signals from the creators, and there are slim chances that we’ll get its following one after the second. There may be a few reasons behind postponing it, and the anime has not gotten the same ubiquity as the manga did. As it was released, the first season got an average rating of 6.2 on IMDb and 6.57 on Myanimelist.
Hence, the dipping chart on the evaluations and the average reaction from the audience may very well be why Netflix has not considered a new release of it until now. However, contrary to this, we have not seen Netflix affected by reviews much before this. There may well be the plausibility that in case the season re-appears, we may get it in around 2022. This can be a reasonably wild figure, and it would be best to wait till any further explanation from its creators.
Record of Ragnarok Season 1 Recap & Season 2 Expected Plot
For someone who missed the first season, here is the summary of it and people who have already seen it; here’s a recap- The interesting plotline serves the story of sparing humankind. Once within a thousand years, there’s a chamber of God that opens up, examining the mistakes of humankind. Once it has made sure that people are irredeemable, it decides that they must be terminated. But Valkyrie Brunhilde took charge to spare humankind, which resulted in fights to ensure the same. The trailer for the second season has not been released yet.
Record of Ragnarok Season 2 Cast
The anime based on Japanese manga does not follow the books 100 percent, and fans have noticed many differences between the two, one of them being that only 20 chapters of the books were sorted out and utilized out of 47 chapters. The second season could be stitched with whatever was left out in season 1 since it was faced with outrage for the same reason. Since this has not yet been made public, we don’t know who the cast list in the second show will be. In any case, we might meet new faces in the second season if it ever happens. Here are some assumptions about the returning characters and their respective voice artists:
Brunhilde, voiced by Miyuki Sawashiro, Goll voiced by Tomoyo Kurosawa, Randgriz voiced by Aya Kawakami, Adam voiced by Soma Saito, and Lu Bu voiced by Tomokazu Seki.
Fans will soon have a good news as the second season will return.