After its second season, “Starting Life in Another World” finished its adaptation of the light novel’s fourth arc, which ended in March.
‘Re: Zero,’ written and illustrated by Tappei Nagatsuki, came out in 2012. In 2014, a manga adaptation was released, and in 2016, an anime version was launched.
Isekai is the show’s framework. Teenage singleton Subaru Natsuki has been whisked away to a magical land (via Anime News Network). He was also blessed with a special ability. In Isekai, Subaru’s usual start is flipped on its head.
Subaru can go back in time after death if he uses the Return by Death method. “Return by Death” is a checkpoint term for people who aren’t familiar. Repetition and forethought are essential in times of crisis.
According to many, the anime’s recent ending has many fans wondering if the show will continue to adapt novels. Despite the anime’s four-year head start, many of the novel’s events have not been made into an animated series yet. The following is all we’ve learned so far about Re: Zero’s upcoming third season.
Re Zero Season 3 Release Date
At the current moment, no official announcements have been made regarding the release of “Re: Zero” Season 3. The COVID-19 epidemic delayed the publication of the previous season, which was released in two parts.
Because of this, it is difficult to predict when White Fox, the anime studio behind the series’ adaptation, will resume production. Sources such as The Cinemaholic forecast a release date as late as 9 February 2023, however, this is merely theoretical.
However, Sho Tanaka, one of the show’s producers, hinted at a third season in a 2020 interview with Crunchyroll, saying, “There’s a potential of a third season.” “In my opinion, there will be a lot of demand for a third season when you finish this one.
Please look forward to it.” Fans of the popular Isekai anime “Re: Zero” should rest easy knowing that there is a significant probability of a third season.
Re Zero Season 3 Cast
If the third season of Re: Zero happens, we can expect a few of the original actors to return the third season which includes–
- Subaru Natsuki is voiced by Yûsuke Kobayashi (Japanese Version), and Sean Chiplock (English Version)
- Emilia will be voiced by Rie Takahashi (Japanese Version), and Kayli Mills (English Version)
- Ram is voiced by Rie Murakawa (Japanese Version), and Ryan Bartley (English Version)
- Rem is voiced by Inori Minase (Japanese Version), Brianna Knickerbocker (English Version)
It’s also widely believed that in the following season the viewers will get to hear new voices as they will be introduced to new characters. Unfortunately, nothing has been confirmed when it comes to season 3 of Re: Zero. At this moment, supporters are asked to wait for additional official statements.
Re Zero Season 3 Plot
“Re: Zero” Season 2 only covered “Arc 4” of the original light novels, therefore there is still a lot of material for White Fox to adapt from the original light novels (via Re: Zero Wiki). Sanctuary’s residents are being held hostage by a mysterious magical barrier that Subaru and Emilia are attempting to breakthrough.
“Arc 5,” the anime’s next chapter, follows Subaru and his companions as they battle the Witch Cultists who have taken over Watergate City’s Royal Election Camps. At this point, it isn’t certain if the anime will only cover this arc or go on to cover the rest of the series.
However, it’s safe to say that Season 3 of “Re: Zero” will include many of the story elements that distinguish the show. For better or for worse, this means that “Re: Zero” will carry on the lengthy heritage of cruelty and psychological torment established by Subaru’s Return By Death ability. However, the show’s (hopefully) imminent release is likely to hold any further tidbits of information.