It was recently revealed during the Crunchyroll industry panel at Crunchyroll Expo 2022 that Tower of God Season 2 is under production and will hit the streaming platform in soon.
An exact release date as well as other information are yet to be revealed.
Tower of God season 2 trailer and a key visual were released to commemorate the announcement.
The platform will stream the anime in North America, Central America, South America, Europe, Africa, Oceania, the Middle East, and CIS.
In addition, Tower Of God creator SIU also shared an illustration along with a message in regards to the announcement.
“It seems like season 1 of the animation just came out yesterday, but now I’ll have a chance to see all of you again through season 2! I’m so grateful to all of the anime production staff as well as the readers, and I can’t wait to see how season 2 turns out. Thank you as always for all your support!,” SIU’s message reads.
Tower of God is a South Korean manhwa released as a webtoon written and illustrated by S.I.U. It has been serialized in Naver Corporation’s webtoon platform Naver Webtoon since June 2010, with the individual chapters collected and published by Young Com into ten volumes as of July 2022. Tower of God received official English translations by Line Webtoon beginning in July 2014.
It has received several mobile game adaptations and merchandise.
In Japan, the web manhwa received an anime television series adaptation by Telecom Animation Film that first premiered on Naver Series On in South Korea, and aired in Japan immediately afterward. It originally aired from April to June 2020.
Crunchyroll licensed and simulcasted the Japanese broadcast version of the anime for its streaming service. In August 2022, a second season was announced.
Crunchyroll describes the plot of Tower Of God as:
Reach the top, and everything will be yours. At the top of the tower exists everything in this world, and all of it can be yours. You can become a god. This is the story of the beginning and the end of Rachel, the girl who climbed the tower so she could see the stars, and Bam, the boy who needed nothing but her.