Even though due to a new trend to adapt light novels with pretty is common now, not all of them are really worth of time. However, Arifureta: From Commonplace to World’s Strongest is one of those isekai anime that won’t disappoint you.
Here’s everything you need to know about Arifureta Season 2!
Funimation streams the first season of the anime, and the synopsis of the story goes:
Hajime Nagumo and his high school class are suddenly summoned to a fantastical land as heroes. But while most of his classmates have powerful stats and abilities, Hajime does not. Underappreciated and unprepared, he tumbles into the depths of a monster-infested dungeon where voracity and sacrifice are his only options. To thrive in this savage world, he’ll have no choice but to welcome the abyss.
The official Twitter account began streaming the show’s third promotional video on Saturday, 25th Dec, 2021.
The official Twitter account for the second television anime season of Ryo Shirakome’s light novel series unveiled the second promotional video on October 8.
The new season will premiere on Jan 13, 2022.
Cast & Crew:
The returning cast includes:
- Toshinari Fukamachi as Hajime Nagumo
- Yūki Kuwahara as Yue
- Minami Takahashi as Shea
- Yōko Hikasa as Tio Klarus
- Saori Ōnishi as Kaori Shirasaki
- Yumiri Hanamori as Shizuku Yaegashi
New cast members include:
- Katsuyuki Konishi as Freid Bagwa
- Makoto Ishii as Mikhail
- Noriko Shibasaki as Liliana S. B. Heiligh
- Rina Satou as Noint
The new season will have a new director Akira Iwanaga in addition to studio asread (who animated the first season with WHITE FOX) another Studio Mother will join the party.
Shoichi Sato is returning to oversee and write the series scripts. Chika Kojima is again serving as the character designer and chief animation director. Ryō Takahashi is returning to compose the music.
The second promotional video reveals and previews the opening theme song “Daylight” by MindaRyn.
Arifureta: From Commonplace to World’s Strongest is an anime series based on the light novel series of the same name written by Ryo Shirakome and illustrated by Takayaki.
The series adaptation was announced on December 3, 2017 and was initially intended to premiere in April 2018, but on January 15, 2018, its release was pushed back due to “various circumstances”.
The series aired from July 8 to October 7, 2019 on AT-X, Tokyo MX, SUN, and BS11. It ran for 13 episodes. Two original video animations (OVAs) were released with the second and third home video sets on December 25, 2019 and February 26, 2020. Funimation has licensed the series for an English simulcast and simuldub.
This post will be updated as to when new information about the anime comes out. Stay tuned!