Princess Connect! Re: Dive Season 2 - Key Visual And Trailer Revealed
A recent Livestream presentation revealed that Princess Connect! Re:Dive would be returning for Season 2 and only a day later key visuals and a promo were revealed, which everyone can't wait to see.
A recent Livestream presentation revealed that Princess Connect! Re: Dive would be returning for Season 2 and only a day later key visuals and a promo have been revealed.
The anime series is an adaptation of a video game by the same name. The game version was released on Android and iOS devices and after becoming a big hit was adapted into a manga and then an anime series.
The anime released its first season in April 2020 and was well-received, sitting at 7.03 on My Anime List. Now news has dropped that season 2 is on the horizon.
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Princess Connect! Re:Dive – Key visual and promo video
A new key visual and promo video was posted on 13th August 2021. The teaser showed many of the main cast in the video reprising their roles such as Pecorine, Kokkoro, Kyaru and Yuki.
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Who is the cast for Season 2?
Many of the anime cast are also cast members from the game that will be reprising their roles such as M.A.O as Pecorine, Miku Itō as Kokkoro, Atsushi Abe as Yūki and Rika Tachibana as Kyaru. The remaining cast is as follows:
- Rie Takahashi as Amesu.
- Miyuki Sawashiro as Rabirista.
- Aya Suzaki as Karin.
- Rina Hidaka as Mimi.
- Sumire Morohoshi as Misogi.
- Yui Ogura as Kyōka.
- Yui Horie as Saren.
- Aoi Yūki as Suzume.
- Sora Tokui as RIMA.
- Haruka Yoshimura as Nanaka.
- Kotono Mitsuishi as Mitsuki.
- Yuka Ōtsubo as Shinobu.
- Kana Hanazawa as Aoi.
- Mariko Kouda as Misato.
- Ayaka Ohashi as Hatsune.
More about the cast and crew for Season 2 can be seen here.
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Season 2 release and where to watch
The official site for the anime series says that Season 2 will begin broadcasting in January 2022. Season 1 was broadcasted in Japan on channels such as Tokyo MX, BS11, Sun TV and KBS while America simulcast the series on Crunchyroll.
Though Crunchyroll hasn’t yet confirmed if they have picked up the series for Season 2, fans can expect it will head to the popular streaming site.
Season 1 is currently available to watch on Crunchyroll. To watch the series on here, fans must have a subscription with them, which costs £6.50 a month.