Netflix has verified the Record of Ragnarok season 2, and the anime’s official website also shared the good news, suggesting there will be many more battles between humans and deities in the future. So yes, only three of the thirteen conflicts have occurred, but the Gods have already won two against humans. They took a 2-1 advantage into the fourth match, which pits one of history’s most notorious serial murderers, Hercules, against Jack the Ripper.
The Record of Ragnarok, consisting of episodes 1–10, was available for streaming on the site on January 26, 2022. The second season’s official teaser trailer premiered in early 2022. Moreover, a brand-new teaser for the second half of season 2 has been published, confirming that episodes 11–15 will be made available in 2023.
Record of Ragnarok season 2 Release date
According to the official statement, the second half of the Record of Ragnarok season 2 will comprise episodes 11 to 15, and its release is expected to occur later in the year 2023. On the other hand, a precise date has not yet been disclosed.
Record of Ragnarok Season 2 Trailer
A third trailer for Record of Ragnarok Season 2 has been released, featuring Part 1 (episodes 1-10). This comes before the series’ April 14 broadcast on Japanese television networks. Since January 26, each episode has been available to watch online on Netflix, where you can also see the latest teaser.
Record of Ragnarok Season 2 Cast
In addition to providing a rundown of the events that transpired in the anime’s first season and teasing what’s to come, the promotional video provides further information on the mythical and religious figures that appear in it, such as Hercules, Shiva, and Buddha. The following list contains the names of the voice actors who portray the characters depicted in the record of Ragnarok season 2:
- Katsuya Konishi plays Hercules
- Tameemon Raiden, played by Subaru Kimura
- Jack the Ripper, played by Tomokazu Sugita
- Buddha, played by Yuichi Nakamura
- Shiva, played by Tatsuhisa Suzuki
What Happened in the Final Two Episodes of Season 2 of “Record of Ragnarok,” and Who Won?
Hercules may be in the lead, particularly when he displays his tattoos, but Jack the Ripper is always one step ahead, playing mind games and even injuring Hercules. He says scissors, then a briefcase, but his gloves can make whatever he touches into a heavenly weapon. Hercules sacrifices everything to perform the Twelfth Labor, his most devastating feat since his arm was amputated. But he’s not enough to take down Jack by himself. Both are badly hurt, yet they keep fighting anyhow. Jack the Ripper uses Hercules’ blood as the killer blows in the fourth and last bout. Unfortunately, he doesn’t see any reason to be afraid of the deity, and this disappoints him deeply. Even if it’s a win for humanity, they can’t shout Hercules’ name just yet.
Record of Ragnarok Season 2 Plot
The epic war between the gods and humanity reaches its pinnacle in the second half of the Record of Ragnarok season 2, which will include a confrontation of titanic proportions. The gods, led by Zeus, are hell-bent on wiping off mankind and will let nothing stand in their way of achieving this goal. In the face of such massive resistance, mankind will rise to the challenge, symbolized by a bold ensemble of brave fighters such as Adam, Thor, and Buddha.
The extent of damage and the sheer quantity of force demonstrated by both sides will test the boundaries of what was once considered conceivable as the clashes escalate. When gods and humans confront puzzling methods, they deploy their most fearsome methods; the battlefield will become a cyclone of chaos and disaster. Each showdown will be a high-risk endeavor, with humanity’s survival on the line.