Arifureta Season 3 is happening! Release date, cast and more updates

After an immensely popular first season of Arifureta, the second season of the anime has also been well-received so far!

Yet, compared to the previous release, the viewership of the second season has been low. So, does that imply there won’t be a third season? Here’s everything you need to know about Arifureta season 3, including its release date, cast, plot, and other updates! 

Arifureta Season 3: Directors, Screenwriters & Producers!

The 3rd season of Arifureta is going to be directed by Akira Iwanaga. The screenplay will be written by Shoichi Sato and Kinji Yoshimoto.

Asread, White Fox and Studio Mother are the production companies that will produce season 3. Furthermore, the third season will be licensed by Madman entertainment, Crunchyroll, and Plus Media networks Asia.

Arifureta Season 3 voice cast: Who can we expect to return?

Season 3 hasn’t been confirmed by the makers of the show, thus far. That said, we do not know who might feature in the next edition of Arifureta season 3. However, we can expect most of the voice cast members to return, if not all. 

Here’s the expected Arifureta Season 3 dub cast:

  • Matt Shipman as Hajime
  • Tia Ballard as Yue
  • Amanda Lee as Shea
  • Morgan Laure as Tio
  • Skyler McIntosh as Kaori
  • Kate Bristol as Shizuku
  • Lara Woodhull as Myu
  • Brandon Potter as Freid Bagwa
  • Chris Cason as Mikhail
  • Brianna Knickerbocker as Liliana
  • Jerry Jewell as Bize
  • Orion Pitts as Hiyama
  • Bradley Campbell as Eliheid
  • Kent Williams as Ishtar
  • Justin Briner as Endou
  • Patrick Seitz as Meld

Arifureta Season 3: Is there enough source material to produce the next season?

Yes, there is enough source material to produce season 3 of Arifureta. Ryo Shirakome’s light novel series had 12 volumes, but only six have been used for the anime so far. If the show’s greenlit, we can easily get around 8-10 episodes. 

Arifureta Season 3 Release Date: When will it arrive?

On January 13, 2022, the second season of “Arifureta: From Commonplace to World’s Strongest” began. It ended a few weeks later, on March 31, 2022. Unlike the first season, which had 13 episodes, the second season has 12 episodes, each with a run time of about 21-25 minutes.

Talking about the release date, Asread and Studio Mother haven’t officially renewed the show for a second season right now. However, an Original Video Animation that will be shown this summer has been announced. 

The number of people who watch the show has dropped from the first season, but even though that, it is still one of the most-watched shows this winter. Based on the popularity of the anime, the third season should be out by the middle of 2023, if everything goes as planned! 

Arifureta season 3 expected plot: What can we expect from the storyline?

In the third season, we can expect that the two primary characters will join Hajime on his journey. Through this journey, the 3 will reach Haulia’s place. 

There, they will solve Hajime’s problem and move on to their next adventure filled with dangers. Specific details about the plot are difficult to point out at this time as there have been no official revelations from the team. 

However, it is pretty much clear that the third season will have a new villain but who could this be is a mystery for now. 

Arifureta season 3 official trailer: Is the trailer or teaser out yet?

The trailer for season 3 will be released once the season is officially renewed. Right now, it is being said that season 3 will have 12 episodes and should come out in the middle of 2023. You may watch the season 2 trailer in the meantime! 

Arifureta season 3: IMDb ratings!

The series managed to acquire 7.2 out of 10 on IMDb. The response was more or less similar on other review aggregator sites as well. 

Arifureta season 3: Where can I watch the anime series?

The TV networks that will broadcast season 3 in Japan include AT-X Tokyo MX, SUN, and BS11. For viewers outside Japan, you may watch the series on Hulu or Amazon Prime

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