Vinland Saga Season 3: Everything You Need to Know

Vinland Saga Season 3
Vinland Saga Season 3

The Vinland Saga is a historical animation series based on Makoto Yukimura’s manga of the same name. Thorfinn, a young Viking warrior, seeks vengeance on the guy who murdered his father, Askeladd.

He encounters historical personalities and events such as King Canute, the Jomsvikings, and the Battle of Hastings along the journey.

Wit Studio and MAPPA developed the anime adaptation, which has won critical acclaim for its animation, music, voice acting, and faithful representation of the source material. The first season premiered in 2019 and the second in 2023. Fans are looking forward to the third season, which will cover the manga’s next arc, the Baltic Sea War.

When Will Vinland Saga Season 3 Be Released?

There has been no official confirmation or announcement of Vinland Saga Season 3 as of yet. However, based on the previous seasons’ production cycles, which took approximately 16 to 18 months apiece, we may anticipate that the third season will be released in late 2024 or early 2025.

Vinland Saga Season 3

What Will Be the Plot of Vinland Saga Season 3?

Vinland Saga Season 3 would most likely adapt the manga’s Baltic Sea War storyline, which runs from chapters 101 to 167.

This arc follows Thorfinn on his trip to Vinland, the land of peace and freedom that his father envisioned. However, he will meet new opponents and challenges along the way, including the Baltic tribes, the Teutonic Knights, and his old nemesis, Thorkell. He must also confront his inner demons, such as guilt, wrath, and trauma.

Many fans and critics believe the Baltic Sea War arc to be the best of the manga because it shows Thorfinn’s growth and development as a character, as well as the themes of war, violence, and atonement.

It also introduces new and intriguing characters, such as Hild, a female warrior seeking vengeance on Thorfinn, and Gudrid, a courageous woman who joins Thorfinn’s crew.

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Who Will Be the Cast of Vinland Saga Season 3?

We may expect the same cast from the previous seasons to reprise their roles in Vinland Saga Season 3, unless there are any changes or replacements. The primary cast members are as follows:

  • Yuto Uemura as Thorfinn
  • Naoya Uchida as Askeladd
  • Kensho Ono as Canute
  • Akio Otsuka as Thorkell
  • Atsushi Ono as Floki
  • Hiroki Yasumoto as Bjorn
  • Shizuka Ishigami as Hild
  • Sayaka Senbongi as Gudrid
  • Takayuki Sugo as Leif Erikson
  • Yuichi Nakamura as Sigurd

The English dub cast includes:

  • Aleks Le as Thorfinn
  • David Wald as Askeladd
  • Griffin Burns as Canute
  • Ray Chase as Thorkell
  • Richard Epcar as Floki
  • Patrick Seitz as Bjorn
  • Kayli Mills as Hild
  • Erika Harlacher as Gudrid
  • Jamieson Price as Leif Erikson
  • Robbie Daymond as Sigurd

Is There a Trailer for Vinland Saga Season 3?

There is currently no trailer for Vinland Saga Season 3.

Where Can I Watch Vinland Saga Season 3?

Vinland Saga Season 3 will almost certainly be available on Amazon Prime Video, as the previous seasons were only available on the platform. The first and second seasons are also available on Amazon Prime Video, with both Japanese and English audio options.

You may also read the manga on Kodansha Comics, the official English publisher of the Vinland Saga. The manga is still in progress, with 25 volumes already published. The most recent volume, volume 26, will be released on June 22, 2024.

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