“Record of Ragnarok” is officially getting a second season, a much-awaited development that anime fans have been waiting for. It finally puts an end to the speculations most were awaiting, something apparent considering the reception the first season garnered.

After landing on Netflix earlier this year where 12 episodes were shown. Viewers were treated to the brutal battles that took place between the deities of the world and the strongest fighters to ever be created in the history of humanity and most wanted to see more.

Although there were controversies since it was not shown in regions like India. Aside from that, some anime fans were not content with the animations used in the series with manga followers expecting more from the fight scenes.

With so much to work on, there seems to be more than enough material and plots for showrunners to use. And that much-anticipated announcement was made on Aug. 18 with the official website of “Record of Ragnarok” announced that the series has been renewed for a second season.

And as previously stated, it appears that new animations will be drawn again to improve showmanship, particularly on fight scenes.

Netflix has yet to announce if they are featuring the anime again. But given that season 1 of “Record of Ragnarok” did well, something should be announced soon.

To catch a glimpse of things to come on “Record of Ragnarok” season 2, Masaki Sato has shown off the new illustration. The artwork was shared at about the same time the second season was made official.

As for the plot of “Record of Ragnarok” season 2, the script is likely to pick up from where the manga series left off in season one. The fights were disappointing to some who believed that the fight scenes could have been more brutal.

Only 3 epic fights have been shown in the first season. There is a chance that the second season may show the remaining fights that would be split into three more seasons. There are a total of 13 fights.

Record of Ragnarok" Season 2 illustration "Record of Ragnarok" Season 2 illustration photo from Record of Ragnarok Official Twitter account (@ror_anime)