The Anime “Tower of God” will premiere in 2020, based on the popular Korean webtoon of the same name. The April 2020 anime series immediately earned a significant fanbase thanks to its interesting plot, imaginative setting, and likable protagonists and antagonists. The second season of the anime has many people asking when they can watch it.
There are 13 episodes this season, and we anticipate the second season to have the same number. Since its release, fans of the anime have given it a 7.7/10 rating on IMDb in recognition of its compelling story, memorable characters, and exciting action sequences. It’s for this reason that ‘Tower of God’ is one of the most anticipated sequels of this year.
The release date for Season 2 of “Tower of God” has been pushed back several times, and this article will discuss why. We’ll also examine some of the speculation and theories that have developed around the upcoming anime series.
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Tower Of God Season 2 Release Date
Crunchyroll has announced that a second season of Tower of God is in the works, but they haven’t shared any information about when we can expect it to premiere.
Thankfully, the anime’s Twitter page has released a teaser for the upcoming second season, which recaps some of Baam’s journey in the first season and provides a few glimpses of what’s to come. With Season 2 of Tower of God, we can expect the same number of episodes as Season 1.
The animation team has not yet been revealed, but judging by the trailer, it will most likely be Telecom Animation Film. Though it was a form of quirky we hadn’t seen before, the animation played a huge role in the anime’s success, and it fits surprisingly well with Tower of God’s low-key rhythm.
What Does Tower of God Season 2 Focus Upon? (Spoiler Alert)
To date, the Tower of God webtoon contains 550 chapters, an absurdly large number for a webcomic. However, those sections are broken up into three parts, and Tower of God: Season 1 covers all the events in part one, albeit with some changes made for the anime adaptation. To that end, Tower of God Season 2 will open with Yuri approaching her older sister Jaina Zahard for assistance in tracking down Baam.
After that’s wrapped up, the webcomic’s second half will officially begin, jumping ahead in time by a shocking six years, and following Baam as he joins the party of Ja Wangnan, another regular, and tries to climb the rest of The Outer Tower to find his pals. To be more precise, assuming the anime stays true to the source material, you might see them explore as far as floor 21b of the known 135.
Despite the outcome of the plot, knowing that a second season of Tower of God is already in the works is a relief. In addition, the next chapter of the manhwa is shaping up to be better than before, so there is no way any reader would be dissatisfied.
Who Is Cast In ‘Tower Of God’ Season 2?
Take a look at the second season of “Tower of God” and who you may expect to see in key roles.
- In the role of Rak Wraithraiser, Matthew David Rudd shines.
- Bam is played by Johnny Yong Bosch.
- To play the role of Khun Aguero Agnes, Chris Hackney was cast.
- Casting Cherami Leigh as Anaak Jahad.
- Rachel was portrayed by Valerie Rose Lohman.
- Starring Trent Mills as Lero Ro.
- A performance by Scott Whyte as Shibisu.
- Headon, portrayed by Hochu Otsuka.
- Actor Kazuyuki Okitsu plays the role of Evan Edroch.
- Shibisu, played by Takuya Eguchi
- Hatz, played by Toshinari Fukamachi
- Endorsi Jahad, portrayed by Jeannie Tirado
- Serena, played by Christina Valenzuela
- Playing Yuri Jahad, Kira Buckland
- For the role of Evan Edroch, Kyle McCarley is a perfect fit.
Tower of God Season 2 Trailer
The Season 2 official trailer for Tower of God has not yet been made available. But, given that a second season of Tower of God has been announced, we anticipate its release within the near future.
Below you’ll find the Tower of God season 1 trailer.
Season 2 of “Tower of God” has not yet been given a premiere date. The second season has been ordered, so fans can be confident that the show will return to screens as soon as possible. Those who can’t stand the suspense of waiting for new episodes may always rewatch the first season or start reading the webtoon series in the meanwhile.
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