Made in Abyss Season 2 Trailer, Consoles JRPG Development Update
New trailer and cast details for Made in Abyss Season 2.
New details on the Season 2 of Made in Abyss, The Golden City of the Scorching Sun, were revealed, with a new trailer, key visual, and cast info for four new characters. Some new screenshots for the upcoming game adaptation Made in Abyss: Binary Star Falling into Darkness on PS4, Switch and PC were revealed as well.
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The new trailer and key visual for Made in Abyss season 2 were revealed at the November 21 Made in Abyss Fan Meeting Cave Raiders Guild Rally in Japan. The event was announced several weeks ago and would have definitely written about it if time permitted. You can check out some of the fans’ impressions of the event via the #miabyss_event hashtag on Twitter. A paid stream of the event was also held, and it’s still archived till November 28.
Made In Abyss: The Golden City of the Scorching Sun new trailer, key visual, cast
Check out below the new key visual with four new characters. Their seiyuu (voice actors) were revealed as well. We have:
- Fapta: Misaki Kuno (Klee in Genshin)
- Vueco: Yuka Terasaki (Tenma in Inazuma Eleven)
- Wazukan: Hiroaki Hirata (Kotetsu in Tiger & Bunny)
- Belaf: Mitsuki Saiga (Hibiki Shikyoin in PriPara and Pretty Series)
Made in Abyss JRPG update, Season 2 release date estimate
For now, Made in Abyss Season 2 The Golden City of the Scorching Sun is officially planned for 2022 with no precise date. Sentai Filmworks will simulcast Made in Abyss season 2 everywhere in the world except in Asia, Germany, Italy, Spain, France, and MENA.
The event also included a development update for the Made in Abyss action JRPG coming to PS4, Switch, and PC in 2022. This included new screenshots.
If you’re unfamiliar with Made in Abyss, it’s a typical piece of Japanese media where the cutesy look is hiding a much more darker side. Made in Abyss definitely isn’t a manga, nor an anime for everyone. And you shouldn’t watch it if you can’t stomach stuff like body horror. I’ll avoid going into details to refrain from sharing spoilers.
Kinema Citrus is still handling Made in Abyss season 2, and most of the first season’s staff is returning, including director Masayuki Kojima.