Record of Ragnarok or “Shuumatsu No Valkyrie” has been a huge hit and fans can not wait for Record Of Ragnarok Season 2 to come out. With a gripping story and several exciting action sequences, the show became popular among the audience quickly.
It is one of Netflix’s most popular anime projects during recent times. Since its release back in June 2021, the Netflix anime series Record of Ragnarok is expected to return for a second season. Here is what we know about Record of Ragnarok season 2.
Record of Ragnarok is a thrilling affair and the fantasy-action series creates a classic martial arts-style tournament out of a fairly high-concept premise. Every 1,000 years, the gods gather to determine humanity’s fate, and in “Record of Ragnarok,” they decide humanity is irredeemable and must be wiped out. With a unique plot and beautiful action scenes, the anime stands out. Record of Ragnarok Season 1 can be streamed on Netflix.
Record Of Ragnarok Season 1 Plot And Recap
The Gods gather after a 1000 years since their last meeting, at the council of Valhalla. The purpose of this meeting is to decide the fate of humanity. Brunhilde Valkyrie opposose to the destruction of mankind and instead, proposes the Gods to hold a ragnarok to test the power of mankind.
The ragnarok competition is a one-on-one battle between thirteen humans and thirteen gods. If mankind is successful, they can live another 1000 years, as long as they win seven victories. The first matchup of the ragnarok sees two of the strongest beings representing each sides. Nordic lord of thunder, Thor takes on Lu Bu the strongest of all chinese heroes.
Many twists unfold as the Gods are astonished to see Thor being pushed to fight at his fullest by Lu Bu and to their surprise it is revealed that Lu Bu possesses a divine weapon with the help of which he manages to unarm Thor off his hammer. The Gods, Zeus in particular is able to figure out that the Valkyries are rebelling against the Gods by helping humans to defeat Gods in the Ragnarok.
The Action-packed series goes on to see the Gods lifting their guards up and strategically deciding their plan to fight the humans in the ragnarok, the humans that they were planning to obliterate have grown stronger and mightier thanks to their allegiance with the Valkyries.
Record Of Ragnarok Season 2 Release Date
The production of ‘Record of Ragnarok’ was handled by Studio Graphinica in collaboration with Warner Bros. Japan, which produced the first season. Episodes in the first season run for 24-25 minutes each. The first season was announced in 2020 and was released mid 2021. With the rapid gain in popularity it was revealed shortly after that the producers confirmed that the show will be renewing for season 2. The show will also be getting a a release on Japanese Televison apart from the Netflix release.
An exact release date hasnt been announced yet but if the pattern of season 1 is to be followed then Record of Ragnarok Season 2 might be released somewhere around late 2022 or even early 2023.
Record Of Ragnarok Season 2 Plot
We expect that Record of Ragnarok will adapt the rest of the manga story in its second season since this show is pretty faithful to the original manga. To help you adjust your expectations, we will provide a summary of the manga, in hopes of giving you an idea of what to expect.
We expect Season 2 to cover the next three or four fights. While Jack is hated by the Valkyries and humans alike, Hercules is widely liked by the citizens of the opposite corner, so the Greek hero might get some assistance from them. Hlökk, the Valkyrie partner of Jack, is likely to help him win the match.
Match 5 will likely feature Shiva, the Hindu god of destruction, battling Raiden Tameemon, a legendary sumo wrestler from Japan, and his Valkyrie partner Prudr. Assuming Shiva wins the match, the gods will once again lead the tournament. In match 6, However there might be an interesting twist involving Buddha, the creator of Buddhism, stepping up to fight.
Record of Ragnarok Season 2 is eagerly awaited by the fans. The Netflix show is in production and will be released soon with loads of exciting fights between the mighty Gods and humans with the aid of the rebelling valkyries. Record of Ragnarok Season 2 looks promising.