Record Of Ragnarok Season 2 Release Date: When Will New Instalment Coming?


David Mudd

“Record of Ragnarok” has only been available on Netflix for a short period of time, but it is already proving to be a popular title for the streaming service. The first season of the show premiered on Netflix on June 17 (according to The Cinemaholic), and some fans have already binge-watched their way through it and are anxious to find out what happens to the program’s major characters in season two.

The fantasy-action series takes a high-concept premise and transforms it into a traditional martial arts competition in the spirit of the Golden Age of Hollywood. In the universe of “Record of Ragnarok,” the gods convene once every 1,000 years to discuss the destiny of mankind, and this time around, they declare that humanity is irredeemable and must be killed in order to save the Earth.

In response to a plea from the Valkyrie Brunhilde, the gods decide to provide humanity one more opportunity. If 13 historical characters from across human history can beat 13 of the most powerful gods in the cosmos in a combat, they will be granted the right to survive. In order to balance the playing field, the humans are granted the use of a Valkyrie, who can morph into an extremely effective weapon.

Record Of Ragnarok Season 2 Release Date

Record Of Ragnarok Season 2

Even though the first season of “Record of Ragnarok” has many breathtaking battles, the show ends with a cliffhanger that leaves fans wondering what will happen next. “Record of Ragnarok” has not yet been renewed for a second season, as of this writing. Given how recently the first season was published, it isn’t entirely shocking that the programme has yet to be renewed for a second season or a third.

Even if the series is renewed, it might take up to a year or more before fresh episodes of the programme become available for streaming. As with the film, the manga adaptation “Record of Ragnarok” by Shinya Umemura and Takumi Fukui is still in its early stages, and the manga itself is not yet complete. The series may wish to ensure that it stays as true as possible to the tale from which it is adapted as a consequence. If there are additional seasons, there may be a significant gap in time between them.

Record Of Ragnarok Season 2 Characters

It has already been shown in the first season of “Record of Ragnarok” that three of the wars that would eventually determine the destiny of mankind have already taken place.

Thor fought out against and finally beat Lu Bu, a military leader and warlord from the Han Dynasty in China, in the opening episode of the series. The gods claimed another triumph in the battle between Zeus and Adam, the first man, while mankind claimed its first victory when Kojiro Sasaki, a well-known Japanese swordsman, defeated Poseidon in the Battle of the Titans.

If the series continues to follow the events in the manga, the second season will feature a number of notable characters, including the famed serial killer Jack the Ripper, Raiden Tameemon, a highly-rated Japanese sumo wrestler, and none other than Buddha himself on the human side of things.

Gods such as the Greek demigod Hercules, Shiva (the Hindu deity of destruction), and Bishamonten (one of the Buddhist gods’ four heavenly gods) would enter the arena to fight for their heavenly gods’ honour.

Record Of Ragnarok Season 2 Plot

Record Of Ragnarok Season 2

Fortunately, the first setup for “Record of Ragnarok” is extremely simple and uncomplicated. In accordance with what occurs in the manga, the following matchup will take place between Jack the Ripper and Hercules in the real world. From there, Raiden Tameemon will face Shiva, and Buddha will face Bishamonten in a battle royale.

The first season had a total of three fights, and it appears that the second season will be similar in length. Humanity must win seven battles in all in order to rescue itself from utter destruction, and they are currently down by one in the countdown. If the combat continues all the way to the thirteenth battle, the programme may theoretically go for at least two more seasons following its second season premiere.

Although “Record of Ragnarok” isn’t expected to return for at least a year, fans may binge-watch the first season on Netflix at their leisure until then. Furthermore, they may make educated guesses about all of the gods and humans who haven’t yet been matched up to fight in the ring with one another.

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