'Azur Lane' Season 2: Everything We Know So Far

This is a live article and it will be updated as new details come our way. This is what we know so far about Azur Lane Season 2.

Azur Lane Season 2

Azur Lane first began as a mobile video game created by Shanghai Manjuu and Xiamen Yongshi in 2017. The game swiftly gained popularity in Japan, amassing millions of players and even securing a spot on Google Play's top games list in 2017. With its unique blend of action, military themes, and sci-fi elements, it was no surprise that Azur Lane ventured into the world of anime. In September 2018, fans were thrilled to learn that Azur Lane would receive an anime adaptation. The renowned Bibury Animation Studios, known for their work on "The Quintessential Quintuplets," took the helm of this exciting project. Additionally, another adaptation, "Azur Lane: Bisoku Zenshin!," based on Hori's manga series, provided fans with an alternative perspective on the Azur Lane universe. Yostar Pictures and CANDY BOX, although newcomers, managed to capture the audience's attention with this adaptation.

The main series, simply titled "Azur Lane," aired from October 3, 2019, to March 20, 2020, spanning twelve episodes. Despite some production delays, the series had a successful run. However, the burning question remains: Will there be an Azur Lane Season 2?

Will Azur Lane Return With Season 2?

As of now, no official announcement regarding Azur Lane Season 2 has been made by any studio associated with the show. The future of the series is uncertain, leaving fans eagerly awaiting news of a potential sequel.

Is Azur Lane Season 2 feasible? The likelihood is currently low, primarily due to the mixed reception of the main anime series. With a MyAnimeList rating of 6.29, it fell below the expectations of many fans. In contrast, "Azur Lane: Bisoku Zenshin" enjoyed a successful run and garnered a respectable 7.05 rating on the same platform.

The vocal Reddit community largely expressed disappointment with the main series' adaptation. However, there is a glimmer of hope that Yostar Pictures, the studio that has captured fans' attention, may take the helm of Azur Lane Season 2.

While there's no concrete evidence of a new season in production, fans may have to exercise patience and wait for any official announcements. Keep in mind that this is speculative and not confirmed information.