Although “Record of Ragnarok” has not yet been released on Netflix, it is already proving to be a great success. On June 17, Netflix launched the first season of “Record of Ragnarok.” For those who have already seen the first season of Record of Ragnarok, they are excited to know more about Season 2.

A high-concept theme is transformed into a conventional martial arts tournament in this fantasy-action series. “Record of Ragnarok” is based on a universe where the gods get together every 1,000 years to decide on human destiny. However, this time, they claim that humanity is beyond redemption and must be destroyed.

Humanity is given a second chance by the gods after a request from Valkyrie Brunhilde They will be allowed to survive if they defeat 13 of the most powerful gods in the universe in a single battle. It’s up to the humans to level the playing field by making use of a Valkyrie, a magical beast that can be transformed into a deadly weapon.

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Record Of Ragnarok Season 2 Release Date: when it will be aired?

The first season of “Record of Ragnarok” had a lot of great fights, but the show ended with suspense. No word yet on a second season of “Record of Ragnarok.” That the show has yet to receive a renewal for future seasons is understandable given how recently the first one was released on DVD.

Shinya Umemura and Takumi Fukui’s “Record of Ragnarok” is based on a manga of the same name, which is still unfinished. Since the plot is being adapted, the series may want to ensure that it closely follows the original. Seasons two and three, if they occur, might be quite a while apart.

If the new season is already in the works, the second season will most likely be back in 2022 at the earliest. Anime’s first season was aired on Netflix in June of 2021.

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As soon as an official release date is announced, we’ll be sure to let you know here.

The expected cast of Record Of Ragnarok Season 2

There are currently three fights featured in “Record of Ragnarok” in its first season. Lu Bu, a Han Dynasty military officer, and warlord, was Thor’s first adversary in the first. When Kojiro Sasaki, a well-known Japanese swordsman, defeated Poseidon, the god of the sea, the gods claimed yet another triumph over Adam, the first man.

Assuming the manga’s events are followed, Season 2 will feature the infamous serial killer Jack the Ripper, a highly regarded Japanese sumo wrestler named Raiden Tameemon, and none other than Buddha himself.

Demigod Hercules, the Hindu god of destruction Shiva, and one of the four heavenly Buddhist gods will all be ring bearers for the Olympians on their side of the competition.

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What will happen in Record Of Ragnarok Season 2: The plot

Based on the manga, Hercules and Jack the Ripper will face off in the upcoming matchup. Buddha will face Bishamonten, while Raiden Tameemon will face Shiva.

There were three battles in the first season, and it’s probable that the second season will have the same number of fights. Seven battles must be won in all of humanity is to be saved, and they are already down one. If the fights continue to the 13th matchup, the show may potentially continue for at least two more seasons beyond its second season.

For the time being, fans can revisit the first season of “Record of Ragnarok” on Netflix as many times as they like. Additionally, they can guess all the gods and humans who have not yet been paired up for ring combat.

Ratings & Reviews of Record Of Ragnarok Season 2

The first season had 6.2/10 IMDb ratings and a 90% audience score.

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Where To watch the second season of Record Of Ragnarok?

The first season was aired on Netflix. You can watch Record Of Ragnarok season 2 on Netflix.

Record Of Ragnarok Season 2 Trailer Update:

We know there is no official announcement of the release date, so there is no trailer of Record Of Ragnarok Season 2. You can watch the season first’s trailer below.


Master of Science student at the California Institute of Technology, Devanny. Since he began working as a freelance writer more than 4 years ago, he has contributed to various publications, including blogs, magazines, poetry websites, newspapers, and internet debates. Pankaj has been contributing original content to The Current in a freelance capacity throughout the past year. Words from Pankaj: "Spread love everywhere you go. Let no one ever come to you without leaving happier."