Record of Ragnarok Season 3 Release Date: Cast| Plot| Trailer| Latest Updates 2023!

Record of Ragnarok,”  is an action ONA (original net animation) movie based on the manga series written by Shinya Umemura and Takumi Fukui and drawn by Ajichika. The story is based on the idea that the gods of different pantheons meet in the Council of Valhalla every thousand years to decide what will happen to people.

When the gods finally decide to get rid of humans for all the bad things they've done to the world they live in, Brunhilde, the first of the 13 Valkyries, talks them into setting up Ragnarok, a fight between 13 gods and 13 humans to decide the fate of humanity.

At the start of the second season, the gods have a 2-1 lead. Critics have had mixed to positive things to say about Season 2, with some praising the plot and others praising the animation. If you want to know if “Record of Ragnarok” will have a third season, we have the answer.

When Will Record of Ragnarok Season 3 Come Out?

We don't know when season 3 of Record of Ragnarok will come out because Netflix hasn't said anything about it yet. The second season was announced two months after the first one came out, so we could be waiting for a confirmation.

Record of Ragnarok Season 3 Release Date

With any luck, the turnaround time will be shorter because Netflix will know more about the show's overall viability and the creators may have bigger plans for what's going on. Keep an eye on this.

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Who Will Be in the Cast of Record of Ragnarok Season 3?

We can expect most of the same anime characters to be in Record of Ragnarok season 3. That includes Thor, Brunhilde, Zeus, and other gods.

We think the following people will be on Record of Ragnarok season 3:

  • Anairis Quiñones as Göll
  • Jalen K. Cassell as Thor
  • Kaiji Tang as Lu Bu
  • Chris Edgerly as Zeus
  • Laura Post as Brunhilde
  • Artemis Snow as Reginleif
  • Ben Diskin as Shiva
  • Bill Butts as Odin
  • Ryan Colt Levy as Loki
  • Michael Chapman as Huginn
  • Ben Pronsky as Muninn
  • Bumper Robinson as Poseidon
  • Cory Yee as Hermes
  • Kayleigh McKee as Randgrid
  • Jonah Scott as Adam
  • Kellen Goff as Heimdall
  • Keone Young as Kojiro Sasaki
  • Mela Lee as Hrist
  • Tim Friedlander as Ares
  • Reba Buhr as Aphrodite

What Will Happen in Record of Ragnarok Season 3?

Thanks to the manga, we have a pretty good idea of how season 3 of Record of Ragnarok will go. The main tournament over the fate of humanity is still going on in the current chapters and volumes, so you can expect more fights between gods and humans.

Record of Ragnarok Season 3 Release Date

No one knows what season 3 will have to offer. Remember how the big surprise at the end of the first season was Jack the Ripper? We won't guess who's next, but we know it'll be someone interesting (for better or worse).

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Is There a Trailer for Record of Ragnarok Season 3?

As we know there is no official announcement on Record of Ragnarok Season 3. So there is no trailer yet. You can watch the trailer for Record of Ragnarok Season 2 below.

Frequently Asked Questions

Will There Be More Seasons of Record of Ragnarok?

Record of Ragnarok season 2 will return with a second part of five episodes. The anime is set to come out later in 2023. The record of Ragnarok's hype train kept going in season 2 with two more great fights between Jack the Ripper and Hercules, then Shiva and Raiden.

Has Filming for the Third Season of Ragnarok Begun?

Filming for Season 3 of “Ragnarok” is done, and it will likely be available on Netflix in 2023. Add to Pocket: Share: The Norwegian fantasy show Ragnarok has finished filming its third and final season. Our Netflix sources have confirmed this.

In Record of Ragnarok, Which God is Hurt?

Still, each episode spends a lot of time getting to know the people in it and what drives them. In the first two fights, the god's Thor and Zeus beat the humans Lu Bu and Adam. But in the last episode of season 3, the human champion Kojiro beats Poseidon, giving humans their first victory.