The gods and the heroes will fight over the fate of humanity in the Record of Ragnarok. As the gods want to eradicate humankind, will they manage to succeed, or can the heroes do something about it?
The 85-second trailer features the official opening theme song, “Kamigami,” by Maximum the Hormone.
The clip basically shows a compilation of the characters’ power-up and the intense battle happening in between.
“Gods against Champions of Mankind 13 vs. 13 ultimate showdowns,” it reads.
It features the fight between Lu Bu and Thor. It also puts the spotlight on Adam, Brunhild, Zeus, Shiva, Aphrodite, Kojiro Sasaki, and Poseidon.
“Are you chickening out?” Brunhild mocks the gods in the Record of Ragnarok.
Its official synopsis reveals the 7 million years of human civilization is now on the verge of extinction.
However, its future depends on the battle between the humans and the gods, Epic Dope noted.
If humans manage to win seven rounds first, humanity will continue to live for 1,000 years.
If not, humanity will be gone.
Can the legendary heroes of human history win over the undefeatable gods?
Meanwhile, the Record of Ragnarok will also be out on Netflix, joining the streaming giant’s extensive slate of anime content. The big reveal happened at the recent AnimeJapan 2021 Expo in Tokyo.
Warner Bros. Japan first announced the series’ coming, as the studio also serves as the anime’s producer.
However, according to Variety, the content platform revealed it would simultaneously release the show worldwide, even in Japan.
Netflix also gave fans a series of updates on its other shows, as well as some casting news.
They shed light on the much-awaited slice-of-life series The Way of the Househusband and the animated Resident Evil: Infinite Darkness. It also gave a glimpse of its upcoming series Yasuke and Eden.
The stage event features the appearances of some of the most celebrated Japanese voice talents in Japan.
Tsuka Kenjiro, Kono Marika, and Morikawa Toshiyuki joined the event to promote their respective projects, The Way of the Househusband, Eden, and Resident Evil: Infinite Darkness.
The Record of Ragnarok will be out in June this year on Netflix.
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