Yu-Gi-Oh Sevens Season 2 is now in the works and the franchise has been dropping some major details about the series’ return.
Aside from the new six characters coming, a new Yu-Gi-Oh Sevens Season 2 key art has also dropped. As it seems to tease what will happen next in the series, what does the new season have in store?
New Poster, Characters and More
The franchise recently drops a new poster, giving a full look at the upcoming second season.
Aside from announcing a new season’s coming, it also hints at what fans can expect from its latest set of episodes.
It also reveals the cast members fans are about to meet. The poster shows there will be six new cast members who viewers will either love or hate.
They are Yulo, Yugene, Yuka, Yulan, Youh and Guruguru. They will be voiced by Takuya Eguchi, Masaki Yano, Akari Tadano, Soma Saito, Daiki Yamashita and Yuri Ise, respectively.
According to Comicbook, the big news come with the new key art’s release. Yu-Gi-Oh Sevens Season 2 happens to coincide with the franchise’s 20th anniversary.
So, it may only be enough that Konami teases, “The history of the Yu-Gi-Oh anime series will change.”
— Yu-Gi-Oh! Card Games (KONAMI Europe) (@YuGiOhCardEU) June 17, 2021
Opening, Ending Theme Songs and Other Major Details
Anime News Network noted the Brow Beat would perform Yu-Gi-Oh Sevens Season 2’s new opening theme song, titled “Harevtai.”
The song marks the group’s debut as the single will start to ship on July 7.
The anime tells the story of a young boy named Yuga. This is the first time that an anime features a protagonist in elementary school.
He possesses a Rush Duel ability, but he has to follow its rule in a place called the town of Goha. It is set in the future and Yuga can be seen loving the inventions and dueling.
He has a classmate named Rook, who is famous for being a self-styled number one duelist at Goha 7 Elementary School. Also part of the group is Gakuto, the school’s student council president, and Romin, Yuga’s classmate.
The anime’s first season debuted in April 2020 on TV Tokyo and BS-TV Tokyo. However, after suspending its production in May 2020 after dropping five episodes, it did not continue until June of the same year.
It continuously aired until August 2020. From Saturdays, its release was moved to every Sunday at 7:30 a.m.
So far, there are no words yet on when Yu-Gi-Oh Sevens Season 2 will be out.
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