Tower of God Season 2: Release Date, Cast, And Everything We Know About

Tower of God, based on Lee Jong Hui’s (S.I.U.) manhwa, was adapted into an exciting anime that had a significant impact on audiences. But that was in 2020, and it’s been some time since we heard from the anime or found out if Beam’s arduous climb to the pinnacle of The Outer Tower would continue with Tower of God: Season 2.

Fortunately, Crunchyroll’s 2022 Anime Expo took place in early August, and the announcements made there were a veritable dream come true for anime aficionados. Even as promos for new shows like Chainsaw Man and Trigun Stampede were released, Tower of God was among the select few to be renewed for a second season. If you, like the rest of the audience, were left reeling by the show’s shocking conclusion, then brace yourself: production on Tower of God Season 2 has begun.

Tower of God Season 2 Release Date

SIU, the show’s creator, and Telecom Animation Film, the studio responsible for making the show, have remained silent about when we may expect to see season 2 of Tower of God. Despite the paucity of official updates, fans can look forward to the continuation of Ban’s attempt to mount the Tower sometime in the fall of 2024.

Since there has only been one season of Tower of God so far, it is difficult to speculate on a particular release date schedule for the upcoming second season. The creator and the staff of the show are likely to announce the launch date and more details to the public at some point in the near future.

Tower of God Storyline

In June of 2010, SIU launched a webtoon version of Tower of God. Bam spends the majority of his time outside of the unknown realm, which is dominated by a massive tower. His only social circle consists of himself and his best buddy Rachel. They’re isolated outside the tower, and they have no idea what’s within. Bam is devastated when Rachel suddenly appears on the tower. For Bam, the door to the tower opens, ushering him on his quest to locate Rachel there. With 10 volumes out thus far, Tower of God is widely considered to be among the most successful webtoons of all time.

Tower of God Cast

  • Matthew David Rudd as Rak Wraithraiser.
  • Johnny Yong Bosch as Bam.
  • Chris Hackney as Khun Aguero Agnes.
  • Cherami Leigh as Anaak Jahad.
  • Valerie Rose Lohman as Rachel.
  • Trent Mills as Lero Ro.
  • Scott Whyte as Shibisu.
  • Hochu Otsuka as Headon.
  • Kazuyuki Okitsu as Evan Edroch
  • Takuya Eguchi as Shibisu
  • Toshinari Fukamachi as Hatz
  • Jeannie Tirado as Endorsi Jahad
  • Christina Valenzuela as Serena
  • Kira Buckland as Yuri Jahad
  • Kyle McCarley as Evan Edroch

Tower of God Season 2 Plot

So far, the Tower of God webtoon contains 550 chapters, which is an absurdly large amount for any series. However, those sections are broken up into three parts, and Tower of God: Season 1 covered all that happened in Part 1 (with some minor plot changes).

Tower of God Season 2 will begin with Yuri approaching her older sister Jaina Zahard for assistance in tracking down Baam. Once that’s taken care of, the second part of the webcomic will begin with a dramatic six-year time jump, and it will focus on Baam joining the party of Ja Wangnan, another regular, and attempting to ascend the remaining levels of The Outer Tower in an effort to reconcile with his pals. If the anime stays true to the manga, they might even explore beyond the known 135, to floor 21b.

Regardless of the story’s eventual outcome, knowing that a second season of Tower of God is already in production is reassuring. In addition, the next chapter of the manhwa will be the best one yet, so no reader will be dissatisfied.

Tower of God Season 2 Trailer

The Season 2 trailer for Tower of God has a lot of people waiting in anticipation. The creators have kept mum, putting the fans in excitement despite their enthusiasm. Fans, despite the difficulty of the wait, are prepared to avidly await any developments and news surrounding the release of the trailer.

Where to watch Tower of God Season 2?

Tower of God Seasons 1 is available to watch in its entirety on Crunchyroll. Due to the delay in Season 2’s release, only Season 1 is now accessible on Crunchyroll.

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