About Arifureta Season 2
The fantasy Harem anime is a Japanese adaptation from Ryo Shirakome’s novel series. Kinji Yoshimoto, the director of the anime, ran a successful 13 episodes show when first aired in July 2019.
This success led the creators to publish 2 more Original Video Animations (OVAs). As a matter of fact, fans praised this unusual Iskai series for its new different plot that distinguishes it from the others. Will Arifureta from Commonplace to World’s Strongest renew for a second run? Or have we seen the last of it? Stick around to find out more!
Release Date of Arifureta Season 2
To begin with, Fix Studio adapted the entire novel in only one season; however, an additional volume still exists so it might be created into an upcoming season. Initially, the second season was dropping sometime in July 2020.
Nevertheless, there was a delay due to the current ongoing COVID-19 outbreak situation that led the creators to push back the release date. As of today, there is no official notice disclosed just yet; however, fans are expecting it to air somewhere in December this year.
The Plot of Arifureta Season 2
Certainly, the storyline of the upcoming season will pick up and continue from where the first one left off. To retract, the show involved a 17-year-old boy who goes through so much in order to gain powers by training and fighting to save the humankind. He and his classmates, transported to a dream world, where everything is fun and games until his nightmares become a reality putting him and his friends in danger.
In the next season, we might see his abilities for the fight as well as the future of the love triangle between the characters. To sum up, season 2 will most definitely take its viewers to a world of imaginations filled with thrilling events to unfold in order to keep its viewers on the edge.
The Cast of Arifureta Season 2
Even though there has not been any confirmation about the cast of the second season, we forecast for the following characters to reprise their roles.
- Hajime Nagumo by Toshinari Fukamachi and Matt Shipman
- Yue by Yuki Kuwahara and Tia Ballard
- Shea Haulia by Minami Takahashi and Amanda Lee
- Tio Klarus by Yoko Hikasa and Morgan Garrett
- Kaori Shirasaki by Saori Onishi and Skyler McIntosh
- Shizuku Yaegashi by Yumi Hanamori and Kate Bristol; and many more characters with both English and Japanese voices.