Tower of God, also known as Kami no Tou, is an anime series produced by SIU that focuses on the dark fantasy adventure genre. The story is adapted from an online manhwa serial from South Korea.
The series was written by Erika Yoshida, while Takashi Sano was in charge of its direction. Joseph Chou was the show's producer. From April through June of 2020, the anime was shown. The first season consists of 13 episodes, and it is our intention for the second season to have 13 episodes.
The audience has responded well to the anime's action sequences and characters since the show's initial broadcast, resulting in IMDb giving the show a rating of 7.7 out of 10. Because of this, “Tower of God” is now one of the sequels many look forward to the most.
Fans have been holding out hope for additional content from the anime despite having waited for almost a year for information regarding the future of the series. Here is all we know about the upcoming second season of ‘Tower of God.'
When is the Second Season of “the Tower of God” Coming Out?
The first season of ‘Tower of God' ended in August 2020. Crunchyroll has not yet announced a release date for the program's second season, nor has it confirmed whether or not the show will be renewed for a second season.
On the other side, the program has not been scrapped by Crunchyroll. A second season could be produced at some point in the future. We may anticipate that Crunchyroll will publish the second season of ‘Tower of God' on August 22, 2022, if they are currently working on the project. On the other hand, for the time being, this is nothing more than supposition.
Who Will Return for ‘Tower of God' Season 2?
The following cast members will return for the second season of “Tower of God.”
- Matthew Rak Wraithraiser, played by David Rudd.
- Bam, played by Johnny Yong Bosch.
- Khun Aguero Agnes, played by Chris Hackney.
- Anaak Jahad, played by Cherami Leigh.
- Valerie Rose Lohman portrays Rachel.
- Trent Mills in the role of Lero Ro.
- Scott Whyte portrays Shibisu.
- Hochu Otsuka plays the role of Headon.
- Evan Edroch, played by Kazuyuki Okitsu
- Takuya Eguchi in the role of Shibisu
- Toshinari Fukamachi plays Hatz.
- Endorsi Jahad (Jeannie Tirado)
- Serena (Christina Valenzuela)
- Yuri Jahad (Kira Buckland)
- Evan Edroch (Kyle McCarley) is a character played by Kyle McCarley.
The Plot for Tower of God Season 2
Twenty-Fifth, The main character of “Tower of God,” Bam, is an infant at the story's beginning. A young man with a peculiar moniker, to be sure. Bam is a Korean word that translates to “Night,” but it also has the spiritual meaning of becoming a Messiah.
The story follows a character named Bam, whose entire existence is centered on two things: the Tower, behind which he resided, and Rachael, his closest friend.
When Rachael entered the Tower, Bam was reduced to almost nothing. Now, Bam is determined to stop at nothing to have another chance to see Rachael, even if it means he would have to sacrifice his life.
The remainder of the narrative focuses on his journey inside the Tower, during which he makes several new friends who aid him in accomplishing the goal he set for himself.
The upcoming season will feature introducing two new vital characters, Jue Viole Grace and Ja Wangnan, and the disclosure of what became of Bam, Khun, Rak Wraithraiser, and Rachael, who is everyone's favorite bad girl.
How Many Episodes does Tower of God Season 2 Have?
Concerns have been raised over the total number of episodes included in the Tower of God anime. The anime's first season had thirteen episodes, from April 1, 2020, through June 24, 2020.
Even if there were, there is not enough source material to produce another six seasons of Tower of God. Our projections indicate that there will be between 12 and 15 episodes in the show's second season, and if the first season is successful, the production company will order more seasons.
Where to Watch Tower of God Season 2?
The best venues to watch God with English dubs or subtitles are Crunchyroll (US) and VRV. You can watch the anime for free on Crunchyroll if you have a free membership supported by advertisements.
In addition, Tower of God may be watched on HBO Max and Amazon Prime Video (US). Both of these services come at an additional cost.