Vinland Saga, the historical manga series set in Japan, will return for a second season, according to sources. Animanga manufacturing has already begun. In an interview with Shuhei Yabuta, the director of the next Vinland Saga sequel, he said the next plot arc in the series plays an essential position in the franchise’s history.
“This great catastrophe altered everything for Thorfinn, but his journey will continue,” Wit Studio director Shuhei Yabuta wrote in the anime finale when it aired in Japan. Twin Engine announced the start of development on Vinland Saga Season 2 on July 7, 2021.
Vinland Saga Season 2 is now being produced by MAPPA, a prominent Japanese animation company, rather than WIT Studio, according to recent reports. Even though there hasn’t been an official announcement, Anime excitement just tweeted that “Vinland Saga Season 2 will be launching shortly.” However, another rumor claims that Season 2’s core personnel will remain from Season 1.
The series’ most distinguishing aspect, on the other hand, was the breadth of its plot. A plot that can’t fit inside a season.
The 25-episode season was necessary to cover as much material as feasible.
Season 2 has been highly anticipated by fans since the conclusion of Season 1.
Many weebs are looking forward to the next chapter, which is anticipated to go further into the tale.
Is Season 2 of ‘Vinland Saga’ coming out soon
It’s official that there will be a second season, but no date has been set for its release yet.
NHK General TV in Japan showed the first anime from July 7 to December 29, 2019. Since work has already started, we may conclude that the anime has been quietly renewed for 2020, which is why we now have the official teaser.
Season 2 of the anime was announced by manga creator Makoto Yukimura in July 2021.
Vinland Saga’ Season 2’s Possible Plot
For each of the protagonists, the first season concluded with a major turning moment. Thorfinn has been hell-bent on vengeance since his father’s death. After a fight with Askeladd, he finally got the opportunity to revenge on the murder of his father. Thorfinn, on the other hand, isn’t ready to take on the challenge of bringing down the man who murdered his father just yet. For a long time, the three of them had been working for Prince Canute of Denmark. They banded together to remove King Sweyn and install Canute as the new ruler.
Askeladd was caught in the middle when the Danish king decided to invade Wales. For Canute to succeed, Askeladd killed King Sweyn so that he could claim the throne for himself.
When Askeladd died, Thorfinn was shocked to see the guy he’d desired vengeance on for so long dead. Before he could hurt the newly-crowned King Canute, Thorfinn was taken to an unknown place.
When the anime returns in the second season, we can expect it to stay true to its source material and show us more of Canute’s story.
What will Season 2 of the Vinland Saga be about
“Vinland Saga” Season 1 came to a close with a whimper for both the characters and the viewers. Askeladd, Thorkell, and Thorfinn planned to remove King Sweyn and install the Danish Prince Canute in authority. Askeladd pretended to be insane and beheaded the king in order to give Canute the chance to grab power. His lifetime desire for retribution was thwarted when Thorfinn lost control and was dragged away to an unknown destination.
The manga suffers a time-skip following this occurrence, which is a critical turning point in the manga. It’s decades later, and Thorfinn has been sold into the Scandinavian slave trade. Both his purpose in life and his will to live has been gone. Thorfinn, a slave, is unable to oppose his employers until he encounters Einar, a fellow stowaway. They labor together to achieve their freedom and begin a new, peaceful existence. Assuming the narrative of the anime is faithful to the original material, viewers may look forward to seeing these and other events unfold as Thorfinn progressively rediscovers his life’s purpose.
The official trailer for the Vinland Saga
‘Vinland Saga’s official season 2 teaser trailer has been released. We’ll keep watching for the complete trailer and bring you the latest information as soon as it becomes available. Amazon Prime subscribers in the United States and Australia may also view “Vinland Saga.”