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Tower of God season 2 finally has a release date

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Season 2 of Tower of God arrives in July, and we now know exactly when viewers will be able to watch the anime.

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Crunchyroll announced the official release of season 2 of Tower of God. The news is welcome, because if the previews of Anime Expo 2024 were already scheduled for July 6, no date had been confirmed for the official broadcast. We now know that the anime will return on July 7 on the streaming platform.

This new season will offer a change of pace compared to the first, especially because it will have a different protagonist. We will indeed follow Ja Wangnan instead of Bam. The objective of this new hero, however, remains the same: to climb the floors of the Tower to conquer it.

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Unfortunately for Ja Wangnan, his epic journey comes up against a major obstacle: he never manages to go beyond the 20th floor. It is during one of his umpteenth attempts that he crosses paths with the mysterious Viole, whom he decides to enlist in his team of regulars, a cheerful band of characters accustomed to climbing the tower.

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Season 2 will begin more than four years after the end of the events of the first. This long wait was caused by numerous complications for the production of the anime, including Covid as well as a change of studio.

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It will therefore also be necessary to count on a slight aesthetic change for the anime, which fans noticed from the first trailers. But it seems, however, that the atmosphere of Tower of God remains the same, even for this second chapter.

At this point, the number of episodes for season 2 of the anime has not yet been revealed, but we can reasonably expect 13 episodes, as for season 1. The arc adapted from the manhwa of the same name actually has four parts, each offering enough material to explore in animation.

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Tower of God joins a busy summer season, between Oshi No Ko and its season 2, the film My Hero Academia: You’re Next or Blue Lock: Episode Nagiall expected for the end of June or the beginning of July.

And if that’s not enough for you, you can also check out the list of anime streaming this month.

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