Vinland Saga Season 2 Trailer Confirms 2023 Release Date

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Vinland Saga is officially returning next year! The new trailer for the anime's second season has just been released and it confirms that the Vikings will be back in early 2023!

It was previously confirmed that there would be a major update on Vinland Saga Season 2 on Wednesday, June 8, 2022. Amazingly, there were several new details about the anime's upcoming return. The biggest revelation was undoubtedly the first trailer for the second season. It was also confirmed that Season 2 will be back in January 2023.

The trailer gave viewers a glimpse at the new characters who will be introduced in Vinland Saga Season 2. Here's the list of new cast members who will be joining the series next year.

  • Shunsuke Takeuchi (Brawler in Akudama Drive) as Einar
  • Mayumi Sako (Rikka Sakuragawa in In/Spectre) as Arnheid
  • Yu Hayashi (Mikey in Tokyo Revengers) as Olmar
  • Hideaki Tezuka (Tao Yúan in Shaman King) as Ketil
  • Taiten Kusunoki (Leonard Burns in Fire Force) as Thorgil

The second season will bring back Yuto Uemura as Thorfinn, Kensho Ono as Canute, Akio Otsuka as Thorkell, Yoji Ueda as Leif, and more.

In addition to the trailer, the key visual for Vinland Saga Season 2 was revealed as well. Check it out below.

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Vinland Saga Season 2 will bring back the team that works on the first season. This is an awesome decision considering that it means that there will be minimal changes between the first and second seasons. After all, it will be mainly the same people working on the new episodes. In addition to that, it suggests that production on the episodes will go smoothly since the team has worked together before.

The official release date for Vinland Saga Season 2 has not yet been revealed. Nevertheless, the series is expected to return in January 2023.

Related: Vinland Saga Teases Huge Season 2 Update


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